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To you, our parents — because you have 
guided our footsteps over the rough, uncertain 
road of youth, overlooking our short comings 
and glorifying our achievements. 

We have tried to capture and preserve little 
glimpses of our lives for you to keep forever. 




MR. FLETCHER KEMP 
Superintendent 



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Left to right: Mr. John M. Stewart, Mr. Arthur E. Wilson, Reverend W. F. 
Wolf, Mr. Jackson W. Ross, Mrs. Lucy G. Bussey. 




MR. CLAUDE M. RICHMOND, 

Principal 





MRS. FRANCES C. BELL 
Vice-Principal 



MRS. MAE VAN METER 

Supervisor of Junior High 
School 





DEPARTMENT HEADS 
Seated (left to right) : Mrs. Malott, Miss Harbaugh, Mrs. Bell, Miss Greenaway; Standing (left to right) : Mr. Hamm, 
Mr. McCord, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Christie, Mr. Richardson. 



OFFICE PICTURE 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Baldwin 




Anna Hunter Adams — Commercial — Mary Washington Col. 
Mary Moore Aldhizer — Foreign Language — Madison 
College, The George Washington University. 

Mabel Randolph Allen — Foreign Language — West- 
hampton College, University of Richmond, The 
George Washington University. 

Elizabeth Angle — Mathematics — Westhamp- 
ton College, University of Richmond. 



Lena Artz — Science — William and Mary College, The Geo- 
rge Washington University. 

John D. Baker — Mathematics — The George Washing- 
ton University. 
Dorothy Ballance— Commercid/— Mary Washing- 
ton College. 

Frances C. Bell — Foreign Language — Meridian 
Woman's College, The George Washington 
University, American University. 



Florence Mae Booker — Music — Westhampton College, Un- 
iversity of Richmond. 

Sarah Lewis Button — English — Farmville State Teach- 
ers College. 

Henery W. Calvert — Mathematics — University of 
South Carolina. 

R. C. Cambell — Science — Columbia University. 




Lillian Chappell — English — University of Arkansas. 
Thomas H. Christie — Science — William and Mary Col. 
J. E. Clements — Social Science — Catholic University. 
Clinton Cone — Social Science — Montclair State Teach- 
ers College. 



Ellen Corcoran — Commercial — Mary Washington College. 
Louise Crawford — English — University of Tennessee. 
Alice M. Cromer — Science — Randolph — Macon Wo- 
man's College. 

Rosalind Decker — Art — Mary Washington College. 



Frances Fletcher — Home Economics — Marshall College. 



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Ralph T. Guinther — Commercial — Temple University. 

Elizabeth Fuller — Librarian — Duke University. 

CoRALiE Greenway — Home Economic! — Marshall Col. 

K. Jane Elliott — Social Science — Madison College, 
George Peabody College. 



Louis G. Hamm — Shop — New York State Teachers College. 
Eva L. Harbauch — Commercial — The George Washington 
University. 

Thomas A. Jackson — Mathematics — Mississippi State 
Teachers College. 

Norman Huff Johnson, Jr. — Social Science — 
William and Mary College, University of Pitts- 
burg. 



Thomas O. Jones — Mathematics — The George Washington 
University. 

Frank Kavalier — Social Science — The George Wash- 
ington University. 

Ann Kielsmeier — English — Limestone College. 

Mabelie Knopf— £ng/u/)^Mary Washington Col. 



Norman W. Lafayette — Science — Bates College, The George 
Washington University. 

Agnes Latham — Commercial — New Mexico Normal Uni- 
versity. 

John Crichton Lewter — Commercial — The George 
Washington University. 

Sally Loving — Social Science — Madison Col. 



Lloyd McCord — Social Science — Southern State Teachers Col. 
Caroline Lee McNeill — Engish — University of West 
Virginia, The George Washington University. 

Elizabeth McNeill — Physical Education — Uni- 
versity of West Virginia. 

Arthur Lee Maiden — Social Science — American 
University. 



Marie Malott — English — Northwestern University. 

William D. May — Shop — Johnson City State Teachers 
College, University of Tennessee. 

Margaret Johnson Moore — Mathematics — Farmville 
State Teachers College. 

Robert T. Morrison — Social Science — Ohio State 
Teachers College. 



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Harry G. Neueman — Mathematics — Wilson Teachers Co!. 
Maud Orndorff — English — University of Virginia. 
E. P. Orr — Shop — Emory and Henry College. 

Gordon Page — English — Dakota Wesleyan University. 



Margaret Peed — Social Science — Northwestern University. 
IsABELLE Pettit — Foreign Language — Randolph Macon 
Woman's College. 

Edith Purcei.l — Commercial — Southwest State Teach- 
ers College. 

James E. Rice — English — The George Washington 
University. 



W. A. Richardson — Physical Education — William and Mary 
College. 

Bernard A. Ross — Mathematics — Alabama State Teachers 
College. 

Katherine Rucker — Social Science — Radford State 
Teachers College, American University. 

Janie Shaver — Librarian — Madison College, 
George Peabody College. 



Catherine Smith — Science- — Mary Washington College. 
Helen Spencer — English — Bridgewater College. 

Thelma G. Thornburg — Mathematics — Wilson State 
Teachers College. 

Mae Brown VanMeter — English — Madison State 
Teachers College. 



Louise M Vaughan — English — Farmville State Teachers 
College, University of Virginia. 

Fred Walker — Social Science — Murray State Teachers 
College, Georgetown University. 

James H. Webb, Jr. — English — University of Vir- 
ginia. 

Sadie S. Williams — Science — Madison College, 
Columbia University. 



Eugene F. Yager — Shop — Indiana State Teachers College 
Major Raymond G. Payne — Professor of Military Science 
and Tactics. 

Florence N. Baldwin — Secretary. 

Neta H. Broaddus — SuperyisoT of Cafeteria. 








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12B SPONSORS 
Left to fight: Miss Chappell, Mrs. 
Corcoran. 



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Lefr to right: Robert Oakes, Vice-Presi- 
dent: June Plavidal, Secretary-Treasurer ; 
Fon Montgomery, President. 





The Kaufman Triplets — Lillian, Henry, 
and Ann — and Mr. Kemp. 



JOSEPH W. ALEXANDER 

Science Club 
Military Science 
CacJetslst. Lieutenant 

/ bequeath my ability to get sick 
easily to Rossee. 



RUSSELL ARNAUD 

W-L Club 
Football 

/ hereby bequeath my running ability 
to "Shanty" Shepherd. 



OWEN CAVENDER (SHORTY) 

Home Economics 

/ bequeath my shortness to Jimmy 
Neat. 



EDWARD CONROY 

Junior Band 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my flashing smile to all. 



THOMAS LEE CREEKMORE 

Crafts Club 

Bicycle Club President 

/ bequeath my humor to Jack Benny , , ,. /■.■^ . ^i 

, p , . ,/ ^ I bequeath my ability to worry the 

and Fred Allen. . l . n . r\ 

teachers to Courtney Uwens. 



ROBERT COOK 

Arts & Craft Club 



MARY E. CRONIN 

Auxiliary 

Home Economics Club 

Annual Staff 

Home room Secretary Senior 

/ bequeath my garrulousness to Gay- 
lord Walker. 



WILSON GOODRICK 

Boys Gym Club 

Boys Home Economics 

/ bequeath my aeronautical knowledge 
to Chick Woodmansee. 



MIRIAM DAVIS 

Home Economics Club 
Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath my bistronic powers to 
Myra Shumway. 



MARSHALL RANDOLPH 
GORE, JR. 

Crafts Club 
Cadets-Lieutenant 
Military Tactics 
Sam Browne Club 

/ bequeath my dignity to my brother, 
Billy Gore. 








There begins on these pages a history of 
one day at our dear old Alma Mater. At the 
bottom of each page you'll find a picture typi- 
cal of students and school life. As the day pro- 
gresses you will see the Seniors elected as most 
outstanding. 



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MERRILL WALTER HOOVER 

W-L Club 

Camera Club 

Home Economics Club-Pres. 

Football team 

Track team 

I hereby bequeath my place-kicking 
fame to John Blandy. 



FRANCES ELLEN HUNT 

Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my perfect attendance to 
Flora Kemp. 



BERNARD W. JENKINS 

Home Ec. Club 
Crafts Club 

/ bequeath my ability to stay in school 
until 3:25 to Wesley Fields. 



ANN KAUFMAN 

Central High School 
Student Council 
"'C" Club 

/ bequeath my high intellect to some 
smart so and so. 



LILLIAN KAUFMAN 

Central High School 
Secretary of Home Room 
Golf and Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my valedictory address to 
the February 1942 valedictorian. 



ELAINE HUDSON 

Dramatic Club 

/ want to leave my curlers to Judy 
Eaton. 



WILLIAM WESLEY JEFFRIES 

Baseball Team 
Debating Club 
Gym Club 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my tact and charm to the 
members of either sex needing such 
graces. 



ANITA KAPILOFF 

Library Club 

/ bequeath my excellent vocal qualities 
to Melvin Siegel. 



HENRY LOUIS KAUFMANN 

/ beaueath my acting ability to Warren 
Van Pelt. 



VINNIE KIRCHNER 

Basketball 

Football 

W-L Club 

Home Economics Club 

Home Room President-Junior 

/ bequeath my athletic ability to the 
future All American. 



"Whatcha got for lunch?" asks TYPI- 
CAL BOY Bob Wilson as he talks with 
TYPICAL GIRL Nancy Lee Halsted 
before school begins. 



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HELEN EARLINE KITTERMAN 

/ bequeath my wanderlust to the stay- 
at-homes. 



REGINA MAY LESTER 

Home Economics Club 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my loyalty to the school 
to all future students. 



THEODORE M. LOVELESS 



ROBERT MARSHALL (BOB) 



Cadets 

Bicycle Club 
Home Economics 
Gym Club 

/ bequeath my fiddle playing to Lewis / bequeath my flashy wardrobe to 
Burke. Charlie Bang. 



St. Augustine High School — 
Cartoonist — School Paper 
W.L. High School — Cartoonist — 
School Paper 



FON MONTGOMERY 

Football 

President of Freshman Class 

President of Senior Class 

Public Speaking Club 

Patrol 

/ bequeath my presidential poise to 
future presiding officers. 



RAY E. OBRYAN 

Commercial Club 
4H Club 

/ bequeath my typing skill to one 
Harry (Pete) Clark. 



ROBERT STANLEY OAKES 

Newspaper Club 

Band 

Home Economics Club 

Vice-President of Senior Class 

/ bequeath my great vitality to Jerry 
Leister. 



JAMES F. OVERAL 

Gym Club 

Boys Home Economics Club 

Crafts Club 

/ bequeath my cooking ability in 
Home Econc^mks club to Gathel 
Reynolds. 



HERBERT WILLIAM PAXTON 



JAMES B. PATTERSON 

Boys Home Economics Club 
II .; , . , ,. / bequeath my intelligent remarks to 

I bequeath my sleeping ability to f„„ Antrin 
Francis Lezier. 





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Last stop — all off. 




MARJORIE E. PERRY (MARGIE) 

Girl Reserves 

Home Economics 

Baseball Team 

Basketball 

H. R. President — Senior 

/ bequeath my ability to whistle to 
my brother, who's not so bad. 



JOSEPH R. PETERS 

Bicycle 
Crafts 

/ bequeath my unruly hair to Donald 
Kirchner. 



JUNE PLAVIDAL 

Spanish Club ELEANORA REICHERT 

Biology Club 

Newspaper Club Auxiliary— 2nd Lt. 

Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class / bequeath my ability to concentrate 

Dramatics Club ,^ j^^^y Robinson. 
I bequeath my sense of humor to 
Patricia Maher. 



LOUISE REICHERT (LOUIE) 

Home Economics 
Girl Reserves 
Annual Staff 
Baseball Team 

/ bequeath my talent for carrying a 
tune to Ruth Longerbeam. 



JOY RODGERS 

Home Economics — President 
Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom — 

Junior 

/ bequeath my aspirations to be a 
morie actress to Dorothy McClellan. 



JOHN SCHOOLER 

Boxing Club — Brookings H. S. 

Band 

Science Club 

Boys Home Economics 

/ bequeath my quiet manner to Hugh 
O'Neil. 



JACK OWEN REED 

Cadets — 2nd Lt. 
Military Science 

/ bequeath the training of the 1942 
recruits to the next unlucky junior 

officer. 



ELWOOD SANFORD 

Science 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my place in the Glee Club 
to four husky juniors. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH 
SHIPLEY 

/ bequeath my ability to sneeze 
quietly to a girl in my first period 
study hall. 



Each morning a detail of cadets puts 
the flag up promptly at 8:45. 



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ERNEST SPEAKMAN (RUSH) 

Shop Club 

Public Speaking Club 
Home Economics Club 
Newspaper Club 
Cadets — Corporal 

/ bequeath my enviable track record 
to Orville ]udd. 



HILDA TODD 

/ bequeath my ability to give oral 
reports, to Dean Brundage. 



RICHARD C. UNGEMACH 

Science Club — Pres. 
Literary Society 
Debate Club 
Home Room Pres. 
Honor Society 

/ bequeath my ability to be misunder- 
stood to Richard Ransom. 



SHIRLEY WALKER 

Tumbling 

Home Economics 

Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my "Myrna Loy' 
to Wiima Schoemaker. 



DOROTHY M. THOMPSON 

Dramatic Club 

Home Room Pres. — Freshman 
/ bequeath my expressive brown eyes 
to Pat Petersilia. 



SHIRLEY V. TROWER 

Dramatic Club 
Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my loqcacity to Harold 
Devlin. 



GUY VAN RISWICK 

Bicycle Club 

/ bequeath my habit of keeping my 
hair combed to Buster Payne. 



CHARLES S. WARD, JR. 

Leather Craft 

/ bequeath my literary interest to 
A Stan Mossburg. 





Puzzle: What girl can eat an apple 
in two bites. Hint: Pep Payne wasn't 
elected NOISIEST GIRL on rumor. 
Take time out for two pages while we 
introduce some important characters 
in our drama. 



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Seated (Left to right) 
L. McNeill, Miss Ballance, Mr. Ross 
Mrs. Fletcher (not in picture). 



SENIOR SPONSORS 

Miss Harbaugh, Miss Allen, Mrs. 



Malott. Standing: Dr. Maiden, Miss 



SENIOR CLASS 
Left to right: Stanley Lusby, Treasurer 
Johnson, President; Edith Fox, Secretary. 



OFFICERS 
Robert Wilson, Vice-President; 



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SENIOR HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS 

Jimmy Engle, Laura Anne Sadler, Albert 
Rixse, Warner Schreiner, Bob Reese. Quinn 
Cardwell, Louis Fauteux, Jackie Miller. 





CHESTER ABENDSCHEIN 

Tennis Team 

Boys Athletic Club 

/ bequeath my latent proficiency in 
tennis to someone who can stand the 
hot sunshine. 



ELSIE ALLEN 

Commercial Club 
Newspaper Club 
Home Economics Club 
Jefferson High School 

/ hereby bequeath my jovial disposition 
to Virginia Humm. 



LOUISE ALLISON 

Cadets-Platoon Sergeant 
Home Economics 
Girls Auxiliary 

/ btqueath exactly two inches of my 
height to Dick Crenshaw. 



AGNES LISSETTE ATKINSON 

Home Economics 
Swimming 
Archery 
Annual Staff 
Tennis Club 

/ bequeath my numerous drawings of 
the school to Miss Decker. 



RICHARD AYERS 

Cadets-Captain 
Handicrafts Club 
Sam Browne Club 
Hi-Y Club 
Literary Society 

/ bequeath my "hearty hellos' to Joe 
Weyraugh. 



NORMA P. ADAMS 

Red Cross — Western H. S. 
Home Economics Western H. S. 

/ bequeath my perfect attendance 
certificate to a reformed "hookey 
player." 



HARRIS F. ALLEN 

Cadets 1st Lt. 
Military Science and Tactics 
Homeroom Basketball Team 
Bowling Team 

/ bequeath my engineering ambition 
to Edgar Lindauer. 



JAMES ANTRIM 

Home Economics Club 

1 bequeath my many topcoats to 
Watly Lemons. 



BETTY J. AUSTIN 

Girl Reserves 
Home Economics 
Annual Staff 
Red Cross Club 
Literary Society 

/ bequeath my high red socks to 
foanne Ayers 



DORIS LEE BAKER 

Auxiliary 1st. Sergeant 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my ability to, take short- 
hand dictations to Kitty Lee. 



Why did I ever take algebra first 
period? . . . 3x over 6 equals the 
square of twice ?. . . . who invented 
this anyway? 



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GILMAN BALDWIN 

Glee Club 

Science Club 
I bequeath my left-handed screw 
driver to Francis Leizear. 



RUBY LEE BARLEY 

Girl Reserves 
Swimming Club 
Auxiliary — Lieutenant 
Red Cross, President 
Sadie Williams Club 

/ bequeath my love for football to 
Leo Urban ski. 



AUDREY M. BEGER 

Normandy High School 
Mixed Chorus 
Student Council 
Girl's Glee Club 

/ bequeath my golden locks to anyone 
who has a key in the form of a 
comb. 



HARRISON BILD 

Hi-Y Club 
Tennis Team 
Annual Staff 
Boys Athletic Club 

/ bequeath my daily record breaking 
runs to school to next year's track 
team. 



MARY LOUISE BISCHOFF 

Auxiliary — First Corporal 

Dramatic Club 

Crafts Club 

Home Economics Club 

Public Speaking Club 

I bequeath my superfluous ingenuity, 
without recourse, to anyone who can 
figure it out. 



VIVIAN BANKS (VICKI) 

Dramatic Club 
Debating Clul 
Swimming Club 

/ bequeath my air of sophistication 
to Shirley Gochenour. 



MARY LOUISE BEALL 

Girl Reserves 
Art Club 

/ bequeath my abilities to keep a 
straight face in tight spots to Luther 
"Crisco'' Tapp. 



ALMA DAVIS BENTON 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my ability to get my man 
to the "Northwest Mounties". 



FRANCIS BIRCHELL 

/ bequeath my knack of staying on 
the good side of Mr. Walker to 
"Gertie" German. 



HILTON BONNEY 

Cadets — Lt.-Col. 

Hi-Y Club 

Honor Society — Treasurer 

Senior Play 

Annual Staff 

/ bequeath my various troubles to 
Reed Halsted. 





"Did you hear the one about . . ." 
Betty Brayton, WITTIEST GIRL, 
takes time out between classes to tell 
the latest to a couple other people. 



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GEORGE BRANNAN 

Spanish Club 
Home Ec, Club 
Boys Athletic Club 

/ bequeath Mi Libra Espanol to 
C'laude Garfield. 



liETTY BRAYTON 

Girl Reserves 

Swimming 

Newspaper Club 

Annual Staff 

Cheer Leader, Captain 

/ bequeath my megaphone and pet 
bottle of threat medicine to Lee 
MacDonald. 



RUBYE LEE BRITTINGHAM 

Jr. Newspaper Club 

Auxiliary 

Red Cross Club 

Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath to Jean Mathuon five lbs 
of my excess weight and more if she 
has a place to put it. 



SUE MARCIA BROWN 

Auxiliary 

Bowling Team, Captain 

/ bequeath my daily nap in English 
clafs to a well-rvorn rug. 



JUNE BUCHANAN 

Girl Reserves 
Dramatic Club 
Swimming Club 
Archery Club 
Basketball Team 

/ bequeath my set cj bookkeeping 
books to Helen Kindig. 



KATHERINE BRASHEARS 

Girl Reserves 

/ bequeath my luck in hitting the 
right keys on the typewriter to 
Minnie Launi. 



LUCILLE MARGARET BREWER 

Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my dear blue eyes to 
Mary Laurie Cobb. 



MARJORIE J BROWN 

Girl Reserves 
Ping Pong 
Home Economics 
Library 
Red Cross 

/ bequeath my giggle (better known 
as Brown cackle) to Patricia Franks. 



DEAN BRUNDAGE 

Literary Society 
Newspaper Club — President 
Hi-Y — Secretary 
Senior Play 
Cadets, Sergeant 

/ bequeath my nimbleness of wit and 
some nonsense to the faculty. 



EVELYN BUCHHOLZ (BUCKY) 

Home Ec. Club 
Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath my size 3''i shoes to ]udy 
Eaten. 



QUIETEST BOY and GIRL Wiley 
Stnith and Jackie Whitmer hare an 
ex'yeriment in chemistry class today. 



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REGINALD BURGESS 

I bequeath my red sweater to John 
Lundquist. 



LEWIS BURKE 

/ bequeath the ingenious methods I 
use to annoy the girls who sit in 
back of me in Problems class to 
Bruce Brown. 



NOREEN BURSON 

Washington High School, Mas- 
sillon, Ohio 
Dramatic Club 
Girls Glee Club 
Literary Club 

/ bequeath my first impressions as a 
new student in W-L to Frances Fish. 



WADE LANSING BYRNES 

Cadets — Lieutenant 
Public Speaking 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my collegiate haircut to 
Donald Depue. 



MARGARET ANN CARLSON 

Auxiliary 

Secretary of Home Room 

Dramatic Club 

Glee Club 

Newspaper Club 

/ bequeath my "Keyhole" to another 
snooper. 



WILLIAM BURGESS 

4H Club, Vice President 
Assistant circulation manager of 

newspaper 
Basketball 
Football 

/ bequeath my immense biceps to the 
night watchman. 



WILLIAM F. BURKE 

Bicycle Club 

Manager of Baseball Team 

Crafts Clcb 

Captain Home Room Basketball 

Team 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath, to Eddie Decelle my tall, 
slim stature and my way with the 
women. 



STANLEY BURTON 

/ hereby bequeath a few minutes of 
silence and some studiousness to John 
Tillema. 




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OUINN CARDWELL 

Cadets — Captain 
President, Home Room 
Sam Browne Club — Treasurer 
HiY Club — Treasurer 
Honor Society 

/ bequeath my extemporaneous an- 
swers to Richard Ramsom. 



FRANKLIN CARROLL 



Junior Varsity Football 

Patrol 

Science Club 

/ bequeath my patrol fob 
teria to Roland Perry. 





There's devilment in progress when 
you give BOY CLASS CUT-UP 
Chuck Rowell matches and an unsus- 
pecting student. 



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NELLIE RUTH CHANEY 

Algebra Club 
Red Cross Club 

7 bequeath my love of mathematics 
and all things related thereto to 
James Brinkly. 




JOE CHITTENDEN 

Cadets — Battalion Sergeant Major 
Military Science and Tactics 
Boys Home Ec. Club 

/ bequeath my positive opinions to 
Morton Vicory. 



MARGUERITE CHURCH 

(PEGGY) 
Swimming Club 
Camera Club 
Softball Club 

/ bequeath my ability to argue to any 
one with no better sense than to use 
it. 



ALICE COFFMAN 

Honor Society 

Auxiliary — Major 

Sadie Williams Club, President 

I iterary Society, Vice President 

Newspaper Club 

/ bequeath my uniform to the next 
Major with the hope that she is not 
allergic to heart. 



DAVID A. COLBURN 

Bowling Green H. S. Kentucky 
Home Room, President 
Dramatic Club 
J. V. Basket Ball 
Glee Club 

I bequeath my readiness to learn 
history to Hugh Walters. 



DOROTHY LEE CHISHOLM 

Home Economics Club 
/ bequeath my fondness for wear- 
ing skirts, sweaters and blouses all 
at the same time to Ruth Brunk. 



WARREN CHOATE 

Art Club 

Sports Editor Newspaper 
Sports Editor Annual 
Varsity Basketball 

/ bequeath my flair for cartooning 
tc^ jerry Leister. 



ALLYN KATHLEEN CLARKE 

Patrol 

Dramatic Club 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my mastery of bowling to 
my sister Barbara. 



SAUL COHEN 

Western High School 
Public Speaking Club 

/ bequeath my mischievousness 
Herbert Marsteller. 



ROBERT B. COLE 

Orchestra 

Band 

Football 

Home Rooin President 

Home Room Vice-President 

/ bequeath my slush-pump sliding to 
any tram player who wants to try 
to blow his brains out. 



Yep, that's Superman (MOST ATH- 
LETIC BOY, to you). It took a lot 
of persuasion to get Rus Arnaud to 
display his mighty biceps — he's shy. 



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WILLIAM COLEMAN 

Shop Club 

Home Room President 

/ bequeath my Booming voice to 
Jack Cradelin for his use in cheer 
leading. 



BILLY COLLIER 

Science Club 
Home Economics 
President Homeroom 

/ bequeath my placid nature to Free- 
land Chew. 



MARY LOUISE COPENHAVER 

Girl Reserves 
Girls Glee Clcb 
Newspaper Club 

/ bequeath my honor roll ambitions 
to Francis Van Emden. 



DONALD COSBY 

Athletic Club 

/ bequeath my quietness in English 
class to Barbara Jean FFostetler. 



DOROTHY MAE CRIST 

Girl Reserve 

Red Cross 

Swimming 

Bowling 

Home Economics 

/ bequeath the pleasure 1 get from 
chewing gum to Miss Harbaugh and 
Miss Aldhizer. 



DORIS COLLEY 

Patrol 

Annual Staff 
Inter-American Club 
Bible Discussion group 
Basketball 

/ bequeath my flute to Mr. Lafayette. 



ROBERT CONNER 

Gym Club 
/ bequeath the bumps on my head 



from hitting 
Elwell. 



chandeliers to Albert 



DOROTHY CORCORAN 

Girls Glee Club 

Girls Home Economics 

Tennis Club 

/ bequeath my needle and thread to 
Miss Greenaway. 



GLADYS COX 

Basketball 
Dramatics Club 

/ bequeath my love of swing 'to Betty 
Jean Strickler. 



CATHERINE RUTH CULBERT 

Tennis Club 

Home Economics Club 

Baseball 

Basketball 

/ bequeath my enthusiasm for giving 
cral reports to my sister Billie. 





How to use the library: (1) go to 
library for reference books; (2) Read 
magazine or fiction all period; (3) 
get information from encyclopedias 
at home. 



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MARY NORMAN DAGGER 

Glee Club 
Orchestra — President 
Associate-editor Annual 
Honor Society — Vice President 

/ heqiieath tny belief in ipirits to Dr. 
Mitiden. 



PATRICIA DELBRIDGE 

Lincoln High School 
Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath tny scholastic 
nhicyer will have it. 



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JOAN DINTERMAN 

Frederick- High School 
Home Economics Club 
Tennis Club 

/ bequest my confabulations to Mary 
Lansjcor. 



FRANCES CAROL DONALDSON 
/ bequest my regular and prompt ar- 
rivals at school to Virginia Brown 



HETTIE GRACE DOWELL 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my uncanny knowledge of 
chemiitry to Daisy Cullen. 



MARGARET A. DAUGHERTY 

Biology Club 

Home Economics — President 

/ bequeath my "no work for married 
women" philosophy to Nina Sharp. 



MARY ALICE DEUTERMAN 

Swimming Club 
Newspaper Club 
Points Committee 
Annual Staff 
Literary Society 

bequeath 



my 



"Little Horace" 



stories to a tongue-tied junior. 



ELIZABETH DOLAN (BETTY) 

Red Cross Club — Vice President 
Auxiliary — 1st Lt. 
Annual Staff 

/ bequest my commission to the next 
first Lt. of Company L. 



CAROLYN CLOUSTON DORSEY 

Auxiliary — 1st Sergeant 
Dramatic Club 
Home Economic Club 
Hockey 

/ bequeath my red hair to Marianna 
Trice. 



BOYD DOZIER 

Biology Club 
Athletic Club 
Military Science 
Boys Home Economics 
Chevron Club 

/ bequeath my newly acquired cook- 
ing skill to the ladies of the Jr. class. 



No question is a stumper to John 
Tompkins, the MOST INTELLEC 
TUAL BOY, not even Latin (or 
didn't yo/f recognize Miss Allen's 
room). 



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MIRIAM DOZIER 

Dramatic Club 
Public Speaking Club 
Debate Club 
Red Cross Club 
Auxiliary-Guide Seargeant 

I bequeath my perseverance to Wini- 
fred Strait. 



BETTY DUCKWORTH 

Girl Reserves 

Home Economics 

Vice President Home Room 

/ bequeath my ability to be in loye 
and still get good grades to Myra 
Shumway. 



GEORGE DULANEY 

Orchestra 
Band — First Lt. 
Bible Discussion Group 
Literary Society 
Sam Browne Club 

/ bequeath my clarinet to Glenn 
]ones. 



DOROTHY E. EDWARDS 

Girl Reserves 

Auxiliary — Guide-Sergeant 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my love for a "smooth" 
dance floor and a " srvell" dance part- 
ner to Elaine Putnam. 



JAMES WALLACE ENGLE, JR. 
(JIMMY) 

Jr. Varsity Football 
Home Room President 
Senior Play 
Annual Staff 

/ bequeath my capacity for consuming 
calories to Donald Reid. 



BURTON DRUM 

Military Science 

Chevrons 

Boys Home Economics 

Cadets 

Track Team 

/ bequeath my locker to any person 
who can open the door without being 
killed by the avalanche which fol- 
lows. 



DAVID DUDLEY 

Basketball Team 
Bowling Team 

/ bequeath my bright red blushes to 
Ray Wrenn. 



MIRIAM LOUISE EDMONSTON 

Home Room President 
Auxiliary 
Annual Staff 
Literary Society 
Red Cross Club 

/ bequeath my magnanimity and 
modern ideas to Eleanor Kreiger. 



BETTY L. ELDRIDGE 

Auxiliary 

Sergeant Major on Staff 

/ bequeath my reputation as a truant 
officer in cadets to Sherlock Holmes. 






JOYCE ENGELKING 

Dramatic Club 
Junior Glee Club 

/ bequeath my efficiency in the field 
of economics to any one who needs 
it more than I do. 





How to "cut up", ably displayed by 
CUT -UP Mary Pence. 



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ALLAN B. ENSIGN 

Craft Club 
Cadets — Corporal 
Science Club 

/ bequeath my deep voice to Henry 
Aid rich. 



MARY ALICE FABRE 

Girl Reserves 
Newspaper Club 
Swimming Club 
Inter-American Club 
Literary Society 

/ bequeath my yearly trip to Florida 
to the ice man. 



LOUIS Z. FAUTEUX, JR. 

New Bedford H. S. 

Home Room President — Senior 

Home Room President 

Hi-Y Club 

Newspaper Club 

Honor Society 

/ bequest my dancing ability to Lee 
McDonald. 



LILLIAN BERNICE FELTON 

Hockey Club 
Biology Club 
Home Ec. Club 

/ bequeath my walk across the street 
to school to all those who have to 
ride the bus. 



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WESLEY R. FIELDS 

Boys Gym Club 
Public Speaking Club 

I bequeath my nimble fingers at the 
keyboard to Kenneth Hildebrand. 



ELMER WESLEY EWALD 

Dancing Club 
Science Club 
Dramatic Club 

7 bequeath my "Jitterbugging" skill 
to Arthur Murray. 



ELEANOR MAE FARROW 

Western High School 
Archery 
Bowling Team 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my secretarial duties for 
Mr. Ross to my sister, Sallie. 



JEANNE FEARSON 

Auxiliary 
Newspaper Club 
Home Economics Club 
Girl Reserves 
Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my quiet and studious 
conduct tn home room Co Molly 
Stervart. 



BARBARA FIELD 

Auxiliary — 1st. Lt. 
Dramatic Club 
Newspaper Club 
Annual Staff 
Literary Society 

7 bequeath my job of selling annuals 
to Betty Klees. 



MARVIN FLAHERTY 

Cadets 

Track Team 
Athletics Club 

7 bequeath my ability to dance to 
anyone that can do the two-step. 



Cadet drill days bring out the mili- 
tary in us. (When these boys meet 
another company marching in the op- 
posite direction on the street there 
will be a clever job of detouring.) 



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BENNIE LYLE FLETCHER 

Newspaper Club 
Science Clcb 
Patrol System 

/ bequeath my red face to Bill Kirby. 



JACK W. FOLLIN 

Cadets — 1st, Lieutenant 
Sam Browne Club 
Track Team 
Dramatic Club 
Military Science Club 

/ bequeath my "jun-e-yille" track rec- 
ord to Robert Brewer. 



EDITH C. FOX 

Newspaper Club 

Sec. of Senior Class 

Honor Society 

Business Manager — Newspaper 

Girl Reserves 

/ bequeath my princess mannerisms, 
dark hair and brcwn eyes, to Martha 
Montgomery. 



ROBERT WESLEY GAINES, JR. 

Cadets — Capt. 
Annual Staff 
Honor Society 
Hi-Y Club 
Sam Browne 

/ bequeath my smooth ways of keep- 
ing out of trouble to James McNally. 



ADELAIDE GARNER 

Biology Club 
Art Club 
Home Ec. Club 
Swimming Club 
Bowling 

/ bequeath my good record where 
sciences are concerned to Irvin Fox. 



FRANCIS LOUISE FLETCHER 

Girl Reserves 

Ho.Tie Economics Club 

Auxiliary — Platoon Sergeant 

/ bequeath a few rf my skirts to Betty 
Kiel. 



FLORENCE GLENN FOUTE 

(FLOSSIE) 
Junior Dramatics Club 
Swimming Club 
Auxiliary — Corporal 
Public Speaking Club 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my pig-tails to the next 
brat in the Senior Play. 



RUSSELL FRANKLIN FREE 

Camera Club 

Boys' Home Ec. Club 

/ bequeath my alertness in History 
Class to Carl Fuss. 



BETTY WAYNE GARMAN 

Red Cross 
Girl Reserves 
Swimming Club 
Home Ec. Club 
Baseball 

/ bequeath my ability to consume A 
& W Milkshakes to the next genera- 
tion. 



RODNEY GAUMNITZ 

Boys' State, Blacksburg 
President of 9th Grade 
Honor Society 
Good Citizenship Award 
Pres. of Student Gov. 

7 bequeath my ability to put a song 
well on the road to ruin to Wendell 
Bloominghurg. 





Comes club day; comes Myra Lillian 
Mitchell, ALL ROUND GIRL, to re- 
port on special outside work done 
since last meeting. 



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LELIA GEORGE 

Swimming Club 

Girl Reserves 

Dramatic Club 

Capt. of Basketball Team 

Newspaper Club 

/ bequeath my countless freckles to 
the fair skin of Peggy Clark- 



MARY M. GOOD 

New Market, Virginia 

Glee Club 

Soft Ball 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my pleated shirts to Elaine 
Turner. 



JOE POWELL GRANTHAM 

Patrol 
Track Team 

/ bequeath my dislike for dancing 
to Ben Lorenz- 



LOIS MAE GRUNWELL 

Swimming Club 
Dramatic Club 
Girl Reserves 

I bequeath my ability to be the loud- 
est girl in the crorvd to Charlotte 
Maupin. 



DERYL HADDOX 

Glee Club 
Dramatics Club 
Library Assistant 

/ bequeath my unpaid debts 
McNeill. 



to Mi 



MARY MARGARET GILES 

Commercial High School, 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Home Economics Club 
Library Club 

/ bequeath the family traditions to 
my cousin, "Cookie" Temple. 



JAMES WILLIAM GORE 

Cadets — Captain 
Military Science Club 
Sam Browne Club 
Sec. Treas. of Jr. Class 

/ bequeath my fifth period study hour 
in the Cafeteria to a junior who 
doesn't do homework either. 



JOHN L. GREGSON III 

Science Club 
Inter-American Club 

/ bequeath to El Senor Evens, my 
rt/onderful punctuality in completing 
term papers. 



STERLING H. GUDGER 

Bicycle Club 

Home Economics 

Track 

Varsity Basketball 

/ bequeath my position as a basket- 
ball guard to Courtney Owens. 



NANCY LEE HALSTED 

Annual Staff 

Honor Society 

Literary Society Secretary 

Auxiliary — Captain 

Basketball, Hockey 

We bequeath Nancy Lee's smile 
the Pepsodent Toothpaste Co. 



This is really a busy day. With clubs 
and cadets both there is also an 
assembly. Find Miss Harbaugh down 
in the loner left-hand corner. 



30 




M. HOPE HAMILTON 

Girl Reserves 

President of Home Room — Soph. 

Newspaper Club 

Annual Staff 

Sec. cf Home Room — Senior 

/ bequeath my consUtent good humor 
to Frances White. 



RICHARD HAMM 

Patrol 

Pres. of Home Room — Freshman 

Jr. Varsity Football 

Biology Club 

7 bequeath my imperturbable manner 
to John Mils tea J. 



THELMA MARIE HARRIS 



JUSTINE HARKINS 
Glee Club 






Ping Pong 
Girl Reserves 


1 bequeath my love of classical 
tc Connie Mathieson. 


music 


Home Ec. Club 

7 bequeath my artistic ability to Dor- 
othy Windsor. 








JERROLD S. HAVERMALE 


ELAINE V. HARRISON 

Red Cross Club 

7 bequeath my power to keep tra''k 
my locker key to my sister, Elinor. 


of 


Boys' Home Ec. Club 
Boys' Homeroom Basketball 
Gaithersburg High School 
Art Club 
Bowling Club 

7 bequeath my tall and stately sta- 
ture to Melvin Seigel. 








RUTH JEANETTE HAYES 


WILLIAM HAWKINS 

7 bequeath my affability to the 
grouch. 


school 


Annual Staff 

Auxiliary — Captain of Staff 

Monogram Club 

Secretary of Arlington County 

Cadet Corps 
Hockey 








7 bequeath my much-used typewriter 
to Margaret Wilson. 


ETHEL HEINBUCH 








President Red Cross Club 
Bible Discussion Group 
Monogram Club 
Honor Society 






MARGARET ELLEN HENSLEY 

Auxiliary 

Home Economics Club 


Annual Staff 

j I bequeath my membership 
Monogram Club to anyone 
willing to work for it. 


in 
whc 


the 
is 


7 bequeath my beautiful golden hair 
to Goldilocks. 





Everybody in that last picture was 
looking at Dan Johnson, our MOST 
AMBITIOUS BOY. 



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ELLEN C, HERROLD 

Glee Club 

Dramatic 

Home Economics 

/ bequeath my self-control in pass- 
ing up a chocolate eclair at lunch 
time to Martha Jane Garland. 



BETTE L. HOFF 

Girl Reserves 
Home Economics 

/ bequeth my high heels to Juanita 
Long. 



DON HOLFORD 

Literary Society 
Hi-Y Club 
Newspaper Club 
Biology Club 
Patrol 

/ bequeath my third-hand drum out- 
fit to Walter Crack, if he can dig it. 



VIRGINIA HOLT 

Girl Reserves 
Craft Clcb 

/ bequeath my red hair 
Duffin. 



to Anna 



ROBERT J. HUGHITT 

Cadets — Lieutenant 
Military Science Club 
Newsoaper Club 

/, having nothing to bequeath, refuse 
to beauenth it. 



MILDRED HILL ("TEXAS") 

Swimming Club 
Dramatic Club 
Auxiliary 
Newspaper Club 

7 bequeath my nickname, "Texas," to 
Jerry Johnson. 



SUSAN MARIE HOFFMAN 

Sadie Williams Club 
Girl Reserves 
Home Eronomics 
Dramatics 
Auxiliary — Second Lt. 

/ bequeath my extra poundage {yes 
all of it) to Coach Baker's '41 back- 
field. 



BRUCE M. HOLLAND 

Athletic Club 
Newspaper Club 

7 bequeath my enthusiasm for old 
English literature to Ralph Muschlitz. 



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JEAN HOWE 

Home Economics 
Glee Club 
Swimming Club 
Band 

7 bequeath my photogenic profile to 
Imogene Hanley. 



DORIS HUNDLEY 

Glee Club 

7 bequeath my shorthand and typing 
errors to Jean Read. 



We didn't believe it until we heard 
him at lunch, but Bill Coleman has a 
noiseless technique of eating soup, 
eren though he is THE NOISIEST 
BOY. 



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BETTY ANN HUNTINGTON 

Fresno Hi Fresno, California 
Newspaper Club 

Secretary of Home Room — Senior 
Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my feature columns In 
Crossed Sabres to the highest bidder. 



BARBARA LORRAINE JANSON 
Girls' Glee Club 

/ bequeath my curly red hair tc\ Ma 

Malott. 



EDWARD A. JOHNSON 

Baseball 
Football 
WL Club 
Science Club 

/ bequeath my size 32 waist to Eustis 
Waller. 



HARRY WALTER JONES. JR. 

Pres. of Homeroom — Freshman 

President of Glee Club 

W-L Club 

Basketball 

President of Public Speaking 

7 bequeath my magnificent baritone 
voice to Bing Crosby. 



MURIEL JORDAN 

Lawrence Memorial High, 

Lawrence, Kansas 

Dramatic Club 

Girl Reserves 

Art Club (President) 

Newspaper Club — Sect. 

/ bequeath my secretarial duties in 
the Newspaper Club to my successor. 



HUBERT HURST (BUCK) 

Basketball 
Baseball 

/ bequeath my jirin ability to Junie 
Gordon. 



DAN JOHNSON 

President of Senior Class 
President of Junior Class 
Cadets — Captain 
H.-Y-Club 
Senior Play 
Honor Society 

I bequeath my Vim and Vigor to Don 
Kearney, but 1 will keep my Pep to 
myself. 



GORDON L. JONES 

Bicycle Club 
Science Club 
Glee Club 
Inter-American Club 
Bible Discussion Group 

I bequeath my green sport coat to Mr. 
]ackson. 



MARY GLADAH JONES 

Red Cross 

Inter-American Club 

Annual Staff 

Literary Society 

Treasurer of Homeroom — Senior 

/ bequeath my slang expressions to 
anyone with quick wit. 



GLENDON JUSTICE 

/ bequeath my Buick Super to Carl 
Fufs. 





Eating carrots makes Ton Montgom- 
ery the MOST HANDSOME BOY, 
which in turn makes him popular 
with the you-know-what — ajid carrots 
are cheap too. 



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JEAN KANE 

Dramatic Club 

Art Club 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my Camay complexion 
to Martha Jane Garland. 



LAWRENCE KENNEDY 

/ bequeath my whims and fancies to 
Dick Hargis. 



JANET KING 

Dramatic Club 
Tumbling Club 
Arts and Crafts Club 
Poster Club 

/ bequeath my easel and smock to 
Elizabeth Bannigan. 



DON KIRCHNER 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my wide awake appear- 
ance to Luther Tapp. 



MARION VERA KIRSCHBAUM 

French Clcb 

Public Speaking Club 

Current Events Club 

/ bequeath my invitations to stag or 
drag parties to Darline Lutz- 



GORDON KELLEY 

Biology Club 
Newspaper Club 
Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath my tennis racket to Ed- 
ward Cook. 



MURIEL A. KESSLER 

Camera Club 

Home Economics — President 

Girl Reserves 

Crafts Club 

Bowling Club 

I bequeath my slim, girlish figure to 
Sally Gwinn. 



ANN F. KIRBY 

Auxiliary 
Crafts Club 

/ hereby bequeath my jollity and 
mirth to Frances Burton. 



GEORGE W. KIRKLEY 

Ping Pong Club 
Bicycle Club 
Crafts Club 
Baseball Club 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath all the fudge I made in 
Home Economics Club to Bill Rossee. 



DONA JEAN KLINE 

Girl Reserves 
Crafts Club 
Red Cross Club 
Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my knee-length socks to 
M. L. Bohlken. 



Barbara Sutton and Frank Stone, 
BEST DRESSED SENIORS, take a 
walk around the building to help 
digest their lunck. 






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FRANK S. KNOBLOCK 

Jefferson Jr. H. S. 

Orchestra 

V. Pres. Art Club 

Nat'l Jr. Honor Society 

Boys' Home Ec. Club 

/ bequtath my resemblance to Gary 
Cooper to some oie who has movie 
aspirations. 



H. VIRGINIA KRINGEL 

Girl Reserve 

Dramatic Club 

Newspaper Club 

Annual Staff 
/ bequeath my ability to ice skate 
gracefully to Paul Kringel. 



MADGE LEATHERWOOD 
Glee Club 
Newspaper Club 
President Homeroom — Junior 
Red Cross Club 
President Home Ec. Club 

/ bequeath my mastery of the art of 
graceful gum-chewing to Karla 
Calarza. 



ROY EDWARD LEE 

Boys' Home Ec. 
Track 

Math. Club 
Biology Club 

/ request that my inability to study 
be left to another bright boy in the 
school. 



JOHN H. LEHMAN 

Mount Dora, Florida 
Advertising Agent in Athletic 
Asso. 

/ bequeath my ability to hit the abc's 
on a typewriter to Elbridge Prather. 



CHARLES KOLAKOSKI 

Sec.-Treas. Boys' Home Ec. 

Science Club 

Cadets — Regimental Supply Sgt. 

/ bequeath my habit of cavilling at 
anything that Miss McNeil says to 
Charles Cowan. 



SHIRLEY V. LANDIS 

Auxiliary — Corporal 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my small knowledge to 
scmecne who knows less. 



FLORENCE DOLORES LEE 

Baseball Team 

Bicycle Club 

Red Cross Representative 

Poster Adv. Club 

Patrol 

/ bequeath my teasing ways to lean 
Kidwell. 



WALLACE LEETH (WALLY) 

Camera Club 

/ bequeath my golden silence to Dale 
Cavender. 



ROBERT W. LEWIS 

Science Club 

Boys' Glee Club 

Pres. of Home Room — Junior 

Literary Society 

/ bequeath my big feet to George 
Atcheson, if he can find a desk big 
enough to prop them on. 




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Two great musicians get together. 
(Well! one at least.) Yep! that's Dr. 
Kindler talking to Mary Norman Dag- 
ger, MOST AMBITIOUS GIRL. 



35 




ROBERT M. LEWIS (BOB) 

Bicycle Club 
Annual Staff 

/ bequeath my flashy ties to A. H. 
Leatherwood.. 



WILLIAM LONG, JR. (BILLY) 

Editor-in-Chief of Crossed Sabes 
Bus. Manager of Newspaper 
Hi-Y 

/ bequeath "we need cooperation" 
and "more ads" to next year's editor. 



JOE ANN LUCAS 

Biology Club 
Crafts Club 
Red Cross Club 
Auxiliary 

7 bequeath my extended knowledge of 
Problems to Evelyn Wynkoop. 



STANLEY LUSBY 

Band — Captain 

Sec.-Treas — Student Gov. 

Honor Society 

Inter-American Club — V. Pres. 

Senior Class Treasurer 

/ hereby bequeath my love {?) of 
English literature to anyone who 
would rather dig ditches than 
study it. 



JANE BYRD LYLE 

Girl Reserves 

Sec.-Treas of Freshman Home 

Room 
Red Cross Club 

/ bequeath my successful chemical ex- 
periments to Lyman Kisseleff. 



JUNE LIVERMAN 

Dramatic Club 

Literary and Dramatic Clubs 

Baseball Club 

Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my strikes and spares in 
bowling to Ann Hanford. 



DIMITRI LOONEY 

Dramatic Club 
Basketball — Captain 
Volleyball — Captain 
Home Economics Club 
Perry High — Perry, Iowa 

/ bequeath my love for almost all 



sports to James Wall. 



WALTER LUDWIG, JR. 

Hi-Y Club — Secretary 

Camera Club 

Dramatic Club 

Annual Staff — Associate Ed. 

Literary Society 

1 hereby bequeath my "flendishness" 
for sports shirts and all things photo- 
graphic to "Happy" Dreyer. 



CLARK LUTHER 

Band — Platoon Sergeant 
Varsity Football 
Boys' Home Economics 
Hi-Y Club 

/ bequeath my good nature to Wayne 
Bloomingburg. 



ANNE JANE MANNING 

Pres. of Homeroom — Freshman 

Glee Club 

Treasurer of Homeroom — Senior 

Home Ec. Club 

Senior Play 

/ bequeath some of the money which 
runs through my fingers to Naomi 
Brooks. 



"Then I says to him," says Dean 
CLASS WIT Brundage. {Whose ear 
is that Dim is talking into?) 



36 




RICHARD MANSFIELD 

/ bequeath my many model airplane 
drawings to George Watt. 



DOROTHY MARSH 

Glee Club 
Biology Club 
Newspaper Club 
Patrol 

/ bequeath my love for drawing to 
Jean "Little Bits" Mathieson. 



J. LEONARD MATHUSA 

Cadets 
Orchestra 
Newspaper Club 
Military Science 

/ bequeath my slap-happiness to 
Preston Evans. 



ELIZABETH E. MATTFELDT 

Glee Club 
Girl Reserves 

1 bequeath my pearly teeth to Mar- 
gery Weaver. 



DOROTHY MAE McCLELLAN 

Girl Reserves 
Library Assistant 

/ hereby bequeath my chewing gum 
to be framed and hung in Mr. Guin- 
ther's room. 



ELSIE MANVILLE 

Girl Reserves 

Auxiliary 
Gym Club 

/ bequeath my quietness to Arlene 
Heffelbower. 



MARY MARTIN 

Auxiliary — 2ci. Lt. 

Girl Reserves 

Sadie Williams Club 

Secretary of Homeroom — Senior 
/ bequeath my dark red lipstick, to 
Jeanne Little. 



CHARLES MATTARE 

Home Economics Club 

I bequeath my luck in obtaining 
high grades to Edgar Allen Mans- 
ville. 



MILDRED MAURICE (MICKEY) 

Glee Club 
Home Ec. Club 
Inter-AmericanClub 

/ bequeath my curly hair to Su- 
zanne Robinson. 



LETHA E. McDOUGALD 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my ability tO' do things 
neatly to Frances Sherwood. 




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As soon as 3:25 rolls around everyone 
rushes out to catch a bus or just to 
have a chat with friends. 



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ARTHUR KEITH McGRAW 

/ bequeath my ability to carry on 
pleaiant conversation in the cafeteria 
to anyone who feels equal to eating, 
yelling, and banging on the table at 
rne and the same time. 



DENNY D. Mcknight 

Leather Craft 
Science 

/ bequeath my shoes to the Navy be- 
cause they need boats. 



WARREN McNEMAR 

Military Science Club 
Home Economics Club 
Hi-Y Club 
Sam Browne Club 
Cadets — 1st. Lieutenant 

/ bequeath my red shirt and plaid sox 
to Fred Rarvlinson. 



THELMA METZ (TONI) 

Secretary Homeroom — Freshman 
Treasurer Homeroom — Sophomore 
Home Economics 
Secretary Newspaper Club 
(Business) 

/ bequeath my expressive eyes and 
languid manner to Marjory Jones. 



JACQUELYN MILLER 



(JACKIE) 



President Homeroom — Senior 
Auxiliary — 1st. Lieutenant 



Inter-American 
Honor Society 
Annual StafF 

/ bequeath my 
Louise Hahn. 



Club — President 



heavy eyebrows to 



WARNE McINTYRE 

Track Team 
Art Club 

/ bequeath my interest i 
Levering Jones. 



th 



e past to 



GEORGE McNAB (RUBE) 

Basketball 
Baseball 

/ bequeath my blazing fast ball to 
Cleveland's Bob Feller. 



CHARLES MEEKS 

President Homeroom — Freshman 
Newspaper Club 
Captain Patrols 
Inter-American Club 
Science Club 



/ bequeath my "Yankee accent' 
Sam Vanderslice. 



to 



NELLIE MAY MILEY 

Girls" Bowling League 

/ bequeath my quaint name to the 
next author of a tongue-twisting text. 



JOSEPHINE MILLER 

Chemistry Club 
Biology Club 
Annual Staff 
Library Assistant 

/ bequeath my fondness for the sci- 
ences to Mary Lee FLackJey. 



Senior girls' basketball practice comes 
immediately after school today and 
the MOST ATHLETIC GIRL, Rose- 
mary Trotie, warms up with a few free 
shots. 



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JUNE MILLER 

Girl Reserves 

Auxiliary — 2cl. Lieutenant 

Library Club 

Red Cross Club 

Bible Discussion Group 

/ bequeath my jolly nature to Jean 
Heflin. 



DONALD HARRY MINNICK 

Sec. -Treasurer of Home Room — 
Junior 

7 bequeath my 4 o'clock appetite to 
Palsy Gardener. 



CATHERINE MONEY 

Home Economics 
Auxiliary — Platoon sergeant 

7 bequeath my love for dells to Laura 
Hawkins. 



ANNA MAE MOORE 

7 bequeath my seldom used make up 
to Margie McGurk. 



MARJORIE JANE MUELLER 
Home Economics 

7 bequeath my slimness to Elleanora 
Waller. 



JUNE MILLETT 

South Portland High School 
Treasurer of Riding Club 
Washington-Lee 
Home Economics Club 

7 bequeath my freckles to Andrey 
Blackman. 



MYRA LILLIAN MITCHELL 

President of Homeroom — -Junior 
President of Monogram Club 
Business Manager of Annual 
Auxiliary — 1st. Lieutenant 
Honor Society 

bequeath my versatility to 



I 
Gaummitz. 



Ann 



ALTHA MOORE 

Glee Club 
Orchestra 

7 bequeath my bass fiddle to anyone 
Tvho can play it. 



MARY JEAN MOTEN 

Central High School, Oklahoma 

President of Home Room 

Rep. to Student Council 

Choir 

Art Club 

Annual Staff— W-L 

7 bequeath my cooking ability to any 
one who doesn't knew the way to a 
man's heart. 



WELDON MYERS 

Biology Club 
Glee Club 

7 bequeath my habit of cutting up 
in the cafeteria to Robert Vaughan. 





Also just after school today the Little 
Generals line up for a big game 
against the Yoohoo U. freshmen. 



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THELMA NICHOLSON 

(NICKY) 

Sec. of Home Room — Freshman 

Auxiliary 
Band 

/ hereby bequeath my liquid glances 
Ic a dark-eyed Romeo. 



ELIZABETH NORTHERN 

Auxiliary — Captain 
Inter-American Club 
Public Speaking Club 
Literary Society 
Basketball 

/ bequeath my love of insects, snakes, 
turtles, etc., in preference to the males 
of W.-L. to Sara Furman 



EDGAR MOONEY OLIVER 

Patrol Club 
Orchestra 
Band — Sergeant 

/ bequeath my ability to substitute 
on the drums in, the band to Roland 
Perry. 



DOSWELL OLSON 

Baseball 

WL Club 

Sec.-Treas. Home Room — Junior 

President Home Room — Freshman 

/ bequeath my ability at fooling the 
qpposisg batsmen with my floater 
to Allan Dickson. 



ALFRED A. PARADISE 

Debating Club 

Heme Economics 

Football 

Basketball 

Treasurer Home Room — Senior 

/ bequeath my competence in the 
popular pastime of dancing to Ralph 
Riely. 



PATRICIA J. NOE (PAT) 

Girl Reserves 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my Cinderella slippers to 
Jean Onley. 



MARY ODDSSON 

Glee Club 
Hockey 
Basketball 
Debate Club 

/ bequeath by red hair and blue eyes 
to Dons .4nn Jones. 



DAPHNE ELAIN OLSON 

Girl Reserve, Counsel Rep. 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my aureate crowtimg glory 
to Glenda Fairfax. 



MARIE ORAM 

Photography Club 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath to Doris Martini my love 
for stamp collecting. 



JEAN PARRISH 

Dramatics Club 

Public Speaking 

Archery 

Home Economics Club 

Swimming 

/ bequeath my Sarah Bernhardt com- 
plex to Connie Hottel. 



Of course the student body is out to 
cheer the team on. 



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CHARLES PAYNE (SONNY) 

Baseball 

Basketball 

Manager of Football 

W-L Club 

/ bequeath my proficiency in the ''Na- 
tional Pastime" to the DiMaggio 
Brothers. 



MARY "LINK" PENCE 

Auxiliary 
Newspaper 
Girl Reserves 

/ bequeath my love for doing noth- 
ing to Charlotte Maupin. 



JOSEPH L. PRICE 

Dramatics 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my great love of travel 
and my ability to write post cards to 
Bill Hargis. 



MARJORIE RANCK 

Crafts Club 

Sec.-Treas. of Homeroom — Junior 

/ bequeath what knowledge I have 
acquired to my brother, Edgar. 



ELIZABETH REINERS 

Accompanist for Glee Club 
Glee Club 

I bequeath the job of giving out and 
taking up the music of the Glee Club 
to a hard worker. 



PHYLLIS PAYNE (PEP) , 222C'' 

Pres. of Inter-American Club 
Cheer Leader 
Auxiliary — Captain 
Honor Society 
Senior Play 

/ bequeath my live wire personality 
to FlaVilla Fox. 



LILLIE PETTIT 

Girl Reserves Club 
Home Economics Club 
Auxiliary — Guide — Sergeant 

/ bequeath my art in memoriiing 
quotations from "Macbeth" to any- 
one taking twelfth grade English. 



CHRISTINE RAMSAY 

Home Economics Club 
Hobby Club 
Dramatic Club 

/ bequeath my efficiency and skill at 
typing to Jean Kidwell. 



ROBERT M. REESE 

Pres. of Sophomore Class 
Pres. of Hi-Y' 
Sam Browne Club 
Cadets — Captain 
Honor Society 

/ bequeath my ability to make sour 
puns and wisecracks to William 
Kirkley. 



GATHEL REYNOLDS 

Boys' Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my gentle touch in the 
field o/ cooking to anyone of the 
usually large crop of June brides who 
is caught without said dexterity. 






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Afer a short pause for dinner we begin 
again and find Lois Smith, voted 
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED, 
playing mother's little helper by dry- 
ing dishes. She can cook and sew, too. 





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ALLEN RICHARDS 

Crafts Club 

Public Speaking 

Military Science 

Cadets — Regimental Supply Sgt. 

/ bequeath my interest in cadets to 
next year's recruits. 



JOHN ALBERT RIXSE 

Honor Society 

H.-Y Club 

Home Room President — Senior 

Cadets — Major 

Senior Play 

/ bequeath my fondness for mathe- 
matics and cress-word puzzles to 
Armistead Boston. 



LETITIA JANE ROBINSON 

Athletic Club 

Secretary of Junior Class 

Treasurer of Home Room — Senior 

Dramatic Club 

Swimming (Ilub 

/ bequeath by nonchalant uiarner ta 
someone r^io cannot keep .1 straight 
face. 



DORIS ROSOFF 

Orchestra 

/ bequeath my determination to learn 
to play the violin to Nettie Launi. 



CHARLES ROWELL 

Cadets — Corporal 
Bicycle Club 
Annual Club 

I bequeath my false tooth, my whole 
false tooth, and nothing but my false 
tooth to Harry Clark- 



FRANKLIN J. RIXSE 

Honor Society 

Public Speaking Club 

Annual Staff — Circulation Mgr. 

Hi-Y Club 

Cadets — Captain 

/ bequeath my friendliness to Or- 
rille Judd. 



KATHERINE ROBERTS 

Girl Reserves 
Managers' Club 
Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my talkative nature to 
Aileen Bowden. 



RICHARD ROLLINS (DICK) 

Athletic Club 
Newspaper Club 
First Aid Club 

/ bequeath my towering height to Mr. 
Rice. 



MARY ELIZABETH ROSS 

Cadets 

Home Economics Club 

Poster Advertising Club 

/ bequeath my skill in figure 
to Elsie Leadhetter. 



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RICHARD H. RUBY 

Boys' Home Economics Club 
Van Dyck Literary Society 

/ bequeath my hidden ability to sing 
to next year's Caruso. 



Can't you tell by the look on his face 
that Stanley Lusby is MOST LIKELY 
TO SUCCEED in getting that date 
he's phoning for? 



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ROBERT RUBY 

Science Club 

/ bequeath my secretarial duties to the 
incoming office assistant. 



JAMES W. SAGER (WOODY) 

Sec. of Homeroom — Sophomore 
Vice Pres. of Sophomore Class 
President of Homeroom — Junior 

/ bequeath my viyid imagination to 
Kenneth Fugate. 



CHARLOTTE RAE SCOTT 

Pres. of Business and Banking Club 

Dramatic Club 

Public Speaking Club 

Home Ec. Club 

Orchestra 

/ bequeath my drumming dexterity to 
anyone who needs six more lessons 
from Madame La ^onga. 



MILDRED SHEEHAN 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my cooking secrets to the 
first bride of the class. 



LAURA ANNE SADLER 

Pres. of Homeroom — Senior 
Pies, of Class — Sophomore 
Swimming Club 
Literary Society 
Annual Staff 

/ bequeath my little squeaks and gig- 
gles lo Joyce Eubank- 



NX^ARNER S. SCHREINER 

Pres. of Homeroom — Senior 

Pres. of Freshman Class 

Traffic Club 

Varsity Baseball 

Vice-Pres. of Sophomore Class 

/ bequeath my adroitness at blowing 
bubbles to Maurice Duckson. 



CATHERINE SHEARS 

Auxiliary 

/ bequeath my love of a good time 
to Marian Fitzgerald. 



ANNE PAGE SHEPHERD 

Accompanist for Glee Club 

/ bequeath my ability to hold my 
tongue to one who hasn t ar\ ambition 
to become a Walter Wnichell. 



RAYMOND SHEPHERD 

(SHANTY) 
Football 
W-L Club 
Basketball 
Shop Cli'.b 
Home Ec. Club 

/ bequeath my ability to kick 
ball to Pee Wee Western. 



CHARLES DON SHIPE 

Science Club 
Cadets-Corporal 

/ bequeath my amused look to George 
Custard. 





Another one of those looks, this time 
from Edith Fox, who is MOST POPU- 
LAR GIRL. (Yes, Stanley got the 
date.) 



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OLA AUDREY SHIPMAN 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my high regard for all 
rules and regulations to Daisy Mae 
Culler.. 



RICHARD B. SHRE\E 

Crafts 

Military Science 

Cadets-First Lieutenant 

I bequeath mv red -itnes to William 
Wolf. 



LOIS SHUPP 

Girl Reserves 

Glee Club 

Senior High Oj?eretta 

Secretary' of Junior Qass 

7 bequeath my ability to keep in cir- 
culation to Peggy Clarke 



FRANCES EDNA SLMMONS 

Home Economics Club 
Bowling League 

/ bequeath my boaling accuracy and 
unerring aim to "Butch" Knockem- 
dcwn. well known local howling ace. 



DOROTHY SIMPSON 

^'estcm High School 

Basketball 

Horse back riding 

/ bequeath my staying in on school 
nights to all ambitious students. 



CARLETON SHOEMAKER 

Cadcts-lst. Lt. 

Sam Browne Club 

Boys Home Economics Club 

Military Science 

Patrol 

/ bequeath my duties as auxiliary 
instructor to a lucky lieutenant. 



RALPH SHUMWAY 

Football 
Track 
Patrol 

Secretary- of Homeroom — Sopho- 
more 



/ hereby bequeath my hi 
letter to someone who will 
effort to deserve it. 



rd -earned 
make an 



DORIS LEE SILCOTT 

Homeroom Basketball 

Home Economics Club — President 

Summing Club 

Bowling Club 

/ bequeath my tiny, tiny waist gladly 
to Minnie Launi. 



ORVILLE L. SIMMONS 

Athletic Club 

7 bequeath snooping ability to anyone 
who can get away with it. 



DORIS SLMS 

Auxiliary 
Newspaper Club 
Gym Oub 

7 bequeath my ability to keep up a 
steady conversation to Beverly Bennett. 



Usual method of study. 



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DAVID L. SLOAN 

Science Club 

/ bequeath my green ink to one John 
Lohr. 



AUBREY L. SMITH 

/ bequeath my attentive quietness to 
Ray Watson. 



LOIS ELAINE SMITH 

Senior Play 
Honor Society 
Editor-in-Chief of Annual 
Literary Society — President 
Hockey, Basketball 

/ bequeath my collection of 
vescenl jokes to Pat Pumphrey. 



EDITH MARJORY SMITH 

Girl Reserves 
Home Economics 

/ bequeath my scientific mind lo any- 
cne who is fortunate (?) enough to 
take chemistry. 



HOWARD BRUCE SMOOT 

Cadets-Sgt. Major 
Military Science Club 
Junior Varsity Football 
Commander of Chevrons Club 

I bequeath my aptitude for learning 
algebra to Bill Sharp. 



RUTH SLOAN 

Swimming Club 
Baseball Club 
Assistant Librarian 
Bowling Team 
Auxiliary-Sergeant 

/ bequeath my dimples and shy smiles 
to Katherine Lee. 



JEAN SMITH 

Logan. Utah 

Glee Club 

Horseback Ridmg Club 

/ bequeath my lc\ng red fingernails 
to Billy Ross. 



LOUISE SMITH 

Auxiliary-2nd. Lt. 
Newspaper Club 
Dramatic Club 
Home Economics Club 

I bejjucath my lady-likf manner to 
Mary Waller. 



WILEY SMITH 

Biology Club 
Science Club 
Hi-Y Club 
Cadets 

/ bequeath my autographed picture 
of Yehudi to Donald Reed. 



HELEN CHARLOTTE SNOOTS 

Girl Reserves 
Auxiliary-Platoon Sgt. 
Home Economics 
Softball 
Bowling 

/ bequeath my reserved manner in 
Dr. Maiden's Problems Class to Edith 
Vitale. 





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Vanity, thy name is Jeannette Steh- 
man, and she was voted BEST LOOK 
ING GIRL. She's putting on finishing 
touches before the dance tonight. 



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DOUGLAS FRANKLIN SPARKS 

Band 
Orchestra 

/ bequeath my knowledge of blowing 
and tooting {sour notes) to ]. K. 
S belt on. 



GRACE STERNER 

Home Economics Club 
Girl Reserves 

7 bequeath my engagement ring. 
P. S. You'd better think it over first, 
Grace. 



BETTY STONE (Stonie) 

Home Economics 
Baseball 

/ bequeath my wit 
Marguerite Sparks. 



and humor to 



ARLINE AUDREY STREAM 

Home Economics 
Bowling League 

7 bequeath my culinary skill to 
cille Gates. 



Lu- 



JEANNETTE STEHMAN 

Home Economics 

Home Room Sec.-Trcas, Jr. 

Dramatic Club 

Home Room Sec. — Sr. 

7 bequeath my power to remain silent 
to Pat Maher. 



DOROTHY STEWART 

Girl Reserves 
Art Club 
Annual Staff 
Inter-American Club 

7 bequeath my artistic skill to Mi 
Allen. 



FRANK STONE 

Home Room V. Pres. — Soph. 

Home Room President — Jr. 
Senior Play 
Glee Club 

7 bequeath my lady-k'Uing technique 
to the next Beau Brummel of W-L. 



SARAH LINCOLN STUART 

Glee Club President 

Literary Society 

Annual Staff 

Pres. of Home Room at Penn High 

School, Turtle Creek, Pa. 

7 bequeath my trills and high "C's" 
to Margaret Lynn. 



THOMAS W ATKINS SULLIVAN BARBARA SUTTON 



Mechanical Dr. Medal 1940 

Home Room Treas. Sr. 

Gym Club 

Bicycle Club 

Home Economics Club 

7, bequeath my Mechanical Drawing 
instruments to A, H. Leatherwood. 



Stratford Hall, Danville, Va. 
Swimming Club 
Newspaper Club 
Library Assistant 
Annual Staff 

7 bequeath my sophistication to the 
glamour girl of next year's senior play. 



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The prince arrives in his golden car- 
riage to escort his lady to the ball. 
Pushing doorbell is Rodney Gatimnitz, 
W-L's ALL 'ROUND BOY. (Don't 
let the house number excite you.) 



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EDNA ALICE TANNER 

Girl Reserves 
Ping Pong Club 
Baseball Team 
Basketball Team 
Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my trim figure to Betty 
Weethee. 



ELIZABETH MAE THOMPSON 

Dramatic Club 

Girl Reserves-Music Chairman 
Sec. Treasurer-Home Room Jr. 
Glee Club 

7 bequeath my quiet, shy nature to 
Avis Shaifer. 



ROBERT THROWER 

Science Club 
Military Science 
Camera Club 
Cadets-Sergeant 

7 bequeath my precocious manner to 
Raymond Newsom. 



EMILY CRITTENDEN TRENT 

Dramatic Club 

Va. League Tournament 

Literary Society 

7 bequeath my determination not to 
become discouraged in all literary mat- 
ter to Betty Jane Bibby. 



MERLE TANNER 

Girl Reserves 

7 bequeath my proficiency in keeping 
notebooks to Morton Vicory. 



MARY JANE THOMPSON 

Glee Club 

7 • bequeath my ability to play more 
than the scales on the piano to Dorris 
Jennings. 



JOHN TOMPKINS 

Class President — Jr. 
Glee Club 
Honor Society 
Literary Society 
Hi-Y Club 

7 bequeath my fondness of third-year 
Latin to Harry Rector. 



KENNETH GUY TRIMBLE 

Science Club — President 

7 bequeath my fascinating eyebrows 
to John L. Lewis. 



ROSEMARY TRONE 




Baseball Team — Captain 
Basketball Team 
Annual Staff 
Monogram Club 
Literary Society 


ROBERT TROTTER 

First Aid Club 
Baseball Team 

7 bequeath my ambitions to be a 


7 bequeath my inimitable athletic rec- 
ord to Beth Glover. 


Spanish teacher to Carmen Miranda 





Instead of frittering away her time 
with useless things, INTELLECTUAL 
GIRL Doris Colley spends a quiet 
evening with Greek sonnets. (Say, that 
looks like Superman. Oh, well, she's 
spending a quiet erning, anyway.) 



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WILLIAM JOHN TRUE 

Cadets 

Science Club 
Study Club 

/ bequeath my whirl-wind manner to 
one rvho won't mind the draft. 



ANNE VAIL 

Sacred Heart School 
Student Instructor's Club 
Basketball Club 
Ping Pong Club 
Home Economics Club 

I bequeath my ability to read French 
menus to Joan Hansell. 



WILLIAM TUCKER (B.lly) 

Science Club 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my congeniality to Charles 
Collier. 



WALLACE VALENTINE (Wally) 

Football 
Baseball 
Orchestra 
Glee Club 
Basketball 

/ bequeath the sweet notes from my 
trumpet to Bob Stewart. 



FRED VANDERPLANK 

Dramatic Club 
Camera Club 

/ bequeath my wavy hair to Willii 
Hobbard, who needs it, 



WILLIAM VAN DOREN (Billy) 

Cadets 

/ bequeath my love of the wide open 
spaces to Gene Autry. 



PEGGY VANTILBURG 

Sergeant-at-arms of Home Room 

Glee Club 

Orchestra 

/ bequeath my love of sparklers to 
girls with a yen for home making. 



JEAN VIA 

Dramatics 

Home Economics 

/ bequeath my profound love of dram- 
atics and the finer arts to June Floyd. 



ALAN VINZANT 

Home Economics Club 

I bequeath a ream of paper to provide 
a supply for next year's needy. 



ROSEMARY VOLKER 

Secretary of Home Room — Sr. 
Glee Club 

/ bequeath my status in the Glee Club 
to Anna Belle Compton. 



And here, ladies and gentlemen, we 
see a gay crowd gaily dancing in W-L's 
gay ballroom. 



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WARREN WACKER (Wacky) 

Patrol 
Science Club 

/ bequeath my nickname "Wacky" 
to anyone else it may fit. 



PATRICIA WALSH 

University School, Columbus, Ohio 

Horace Mann, New York City 

Hobby Club 

Public Speaking Club 

Current Events Club 

7 bequeath my redheaded boy friend 
to my redheaded sister. 



BETTY ANNE WATSON 

Crafts Club 
Dramatic Club 
Heme Economics Club 

I hereby bequeath my dimples to Betty 
Coe. 



LORRAINE WEAST 

Glee Club 

Newspaper Club (Grcenbelt) 

Literary Society 

Annual Staff 

Honor Society 

/ bequeath my "Johnny-on-the-spot" 
remarks to Nina Borton. 



FRANK WENGER 

President of class 
Lyceum 

7 bequeath the rims on my spectacles 
to Miss Peed. 



CHESTER N. WALDRON 

Gym Club 
Military Science 
Cadets — Sergeant 
Track Team 
Jr. Varsity Football 

7 bequeath my ready wit to 
Mortey. 



LeRoy 



LYNWOOD CARROLL WALTON 

Newspaper Club 
Dramatic Club 

7 bequeath my questionable journal- 
istic ability to Curl Miller. 



BERTHA WEADON 

7 bequeath my love of florvers to the 
Botanist of 1942. 



BETTY CLAY WELLBORN 

Girl Reserves 
Craft Club 
Annual Staff 
Inter-American Club 
Literary Society 

7 bequeath my salesmanship ability 
to Betty Thompson. 



MARTHA LEE WETMORE 

Glee Club 

7 bequeath my primer dona aspira- 
tions to Jean Wilson. 





Flash! BEST DANCERS selected! 
Bobby Oakes and Betty Thompson win 
top honors! 



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JOE WHITE 

Cadets 
Bicycle Club 
Track 

/ bequeath my silent ouflook. on life 
to Charles Chase. 



FERN WHITLOCK 

Girl Reserves 

Home Economics Club 

Auxiliary — Isc. Sgt. 

/ bequeath the natural curl in my hair 
to "Percy." 



JOE W. WHITEHOUSE 

Lincoln, Nebr. 
Hi Y Club 
Glee Club 
Cadets — Corporal 

Junior Varsity Football 
/ bequeath my red ringlets to ]ohn 
York. 



JACQUELINE WHITMER 

Sec. Treasurer Homeroom — Senior 
Vice President Homeroom 
Inter-American Club 
Home Economics Club 
Annual Staff 

/ bequeath my quietness to Sam 
Wright. 




CATHLEEN \X^ITTINGTON 

Gym Team — Captain 
Home Economics Club 
Dramatic Club 
Bowling Team — Captain 

I bequeath my low, husky voice to 
June Sillman. 



NADINE WILCHER 

Cadets 

Dramatic Club 

Home Economics Club 

/ bequeath my dirty saddle shoes to 
Betty Barton. 




Even after refreshments at the dance 
those hungry W L kids go to the A 
and W for a hamburger or something. 
MOST POPULAR BOY Bob Wilson 
has the unhappy task of figuring out 
each couple's bill and the paying the 
cashier. 



Boy, am I ever exhausted! Never saw 
people do so much in one day in my 
life. Ow! My feet are killing me. 



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ROBERT L. WILKINSON, JR. 

Military Science 
Cadets-Sergeant 
Home Room President-Sophomore 

7 bequeath all my inches over six feet 
to Carl Fuss. 



MORINE WILLIAMS 

Girl Reserves 

/ bequeath my endless 
Marion Timbrook. 



chatter 



ROBERT WALTON WILSON 
(Bob) 

Cadets-Captain 
Varsity Football 
V. Pres. of Senior Class 
Member of Boys State 
Hi-Y Club 

7 bequeath my L38 horse power to 
Bob White 



JANE WOOD 

Maury High School 
Goldsboro High School 
Debatmg Club 
Inter-American Club 
Dramatic Club 

7 hereby bequeath my southern accent 
to anybody brave enough to use it 
among these Yankees. 



JOHN WILLIAMS 

Calhoun Country High School 
Oxford, Alabama 
Basketball 
W-L Science Club 
Football— W.-L. 

7 bequeath to Miss Chappell my long 
eyelashes. 



MORRISON WILLIAMS 

Photography Club 

Science Club 

Home Room Basketball 

7 bequeath my moving junk, yard to 
anyone who can make it run. 



BERNICE VIRGINIA WINDSOR 

Girl Reserves 
Home Economics 
Dramatics 

Inter-American Club 
Tennis 

7 bequeath my auburn hair to any 
brunette who wants a change. 



CHARLES H WOODMANSEE 
(Chick) 

Cadets-Major 
Honor Society 
Hi-Y Club 
Debating Team 

H. R. President-Soph. 
7 bequeath my unique middle name to 
Gus Ruffert. 





FRANK ZIER 

Home Economics Club 

7 hereby bequeath my sleepiness to 
Billy Barton. 




And so the tired hut happy students go 
home to bed (or don't, as the case may be). 



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11-B OFFICERS 

Ralph Muschlitz Vice-Presiden! 

Fla Villa Fox ...Secretary-Treasurer 

Courtney Owens President 



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George Atcheson President 

Obville Judd -Vice-President 

Robekt Brewer Secretary -Treasurer 




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First row, left to right: 1 1 B — C. 
Bang, E. Banningan, J. Barnes, W. 
Bean, A. Bowden, N. Bradshaw, E. 
Brown. 



Second roTv: G. Brown, M. Brown, 
E. Bryant, I. Cahn, B. Canham, H. 
Chartier, A. Clements. 



Third TOW. E. Davis, M. Ducicson, 
A. Duffin, E. Ege, P. Evans, D. 
Fatheree, A. Foster. 



Fourth row: L. Fowler, F. Fox, 
B Frank, W. Frick, C. Fuss, J. 
Gammon, M. Garland. 



Fifth TOW. E. Golden, V. Gnmsley, 
A. Gunnell, W. Hammer, M. Har- 
vell, F. Harris, H. Haynes. 



Sixth TOW. V. Henderson, D. Hilli- 
ard, S. Hutchison, L. Jones, W. Jones, 
V. King, E. Kirby. 








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JUNIOR HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS 
John York, Nettie Launi, Elgin Kirby, Sam Wright, Ralph Mushlitz, George Brown, Don Kearney, Bill Wolf, Jimmy McNally, 
Jane Ann Huges, J. K. Shelton, Reed Halsted. 




Pint row. left to right: N. Lamb- 
erson, J. Lawson, E. Leadbetter, F. 
Leizcar, E. Lindaver, J. Lohr, C. 
Looney. 



Second row: M. MacMurray, C. 
Miller, J. Milstead, R. Muschlitz, R. 
Nicholson, J. Oksomen, C. Owens. 



Third rojv: C. Parnell, C. Pere, 
M. Perry, E. Pfleiger, M. Rhodes, 
M. Ridings, W. Ross. 



Fourth row. W. Schoenbauer, J. 
Scott, H. Seifert, G. Sherman, B. 
Sherwood, M. Simmons, M. Slaten. 



Fifth row. A. Soldano, B. Strick- 
ler, R. Suter, H. Thomas, M. Trice, 
L. Urbanske, E. Vitalc. 



Sixth row. R. Walton, G. Watt, 
F. White, E. Wildman, L. Willis, G. 
Wilson, L. Wilson. 



Seventh row: K. Yates, 1 1 A — A. 
Alexander, E. Allen, K. Allison, W 
Allison, E. Anderson, H. Anstine 



Eighth row. G. Atcheson, S. Bailey, 
S. Baird, B. Balinger, B. Barton, W. 
Barton, A. Baumgardner. 



Ninth row. E. Baumgardner, G. 

Bauserman, B. Bennett, K. Bennett, 

M. Bibby, N. Blinco, W. Bloomng- 
burg. 



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First row: left to right: W. 
Bloomingburg, M. Bohlken, N. Bor- 
ton, A. Boston, j. Bowling, D. Bren- 
nan, R. Brewer. 






Second row: T. Brodie, N. Brooks, 
B. Brown, W. Brown, W. Broyles, \ 

R. Brunk, M. Budge. 



Third row: Q. Burnett, F. Bur- 
;on, C. Byrd, A. Caffi, C. Campbell, 
B. Carter, J. Chapman. 



Fourth row: C. Chase, F. Chew, 
R. Christenson, H. Clark, P. Clark, 
B. Clarke, P. Clarke. 



Fifth row: M. Cobb, L. Coch- 
enll, B. Coe, H. Coeburn, J. Colby, 
C. Collier, C. Collins. 



Sixth row: A. Compton, R. Corn- 
ton, E. Conklin, C. Cowan, P. Cow- 
an, E. Craig, R. Crouch. 



Seventh row: J. Crowley, D. Cul- 
len, P. Cullcn, M. Curry, G. Cus- 
tard, G. Davidson, D. Depue. 



Eighth row: A. Dickson, J. Div- 
en, D. Dodson, E. Dodson, R. Don- 
egan, H. Dorsett, L. Dreyer. 



Ninth row: B. Duncan, A. Dun- 
nington, J. Eaton, J. Edwards, S. 
Eller, M. Embrey, J. Estep. 





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First row, left to right: N, Estes, 
j. Eubank, W. Eustace, J. Evans, 
W. Evans, B. Fairbanks. 



Second row. G. Fairfax, J. Farmer 
F. Fish, J. Fitzgerald, B. Fitzgerald, 
J. Floyd, F. Foster. 



Third row: I. Fox, P. Franks, K. 
Fugate, S. Furman, S. Gaines, K. 
Galarza, C. Garfield. 



Fourth row: L. Gates, A. Gaum- 
nitz, B. Glover, P. Goff, M. Gore, 
E. Griggs, S. Groettum. 



Fijth row: E. Gurganus, S. Gwin. 
M. Hackley, M Hager, J. Hall, R. 
Haistead, R. Hancock. 



Sixth row: A. Hanford, I. Han- 
ley. L. Hann, C. Han-sen, W. Hargis, 
J Harlan, E. Harrington. 



Seventh row: H. Harris, R. Hart- 
ung, B. Harvey, N. Haynes, K. 
Heatwole, A. Hefflebower, J. Hcflin. 



Eighth row: A. Heitmuller, E. 
Hicks, E. Hilleary, M. Hodges, M. 
Holloweli, M. Holt, B. Hopkins. 



Ninth row: B. Hostetler, C. Hot- 
tel, R. Howison, J. Hughes, B. 
Hughitt, H. Hummell, H. Hutson. 



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First row, left to right: F. Isaacs, 
I. James, D. Jennings, B. Johnson, 
D. Jones, G. Jones, N. Joy. 



Second row: O. Judd, D. Kearney, 
B. Keifer, J. Kidwell, B. Kiel, H. 
Kindig, W. Kirby. 



Third row: W. Kirkeley, L. Kis- 
selefF, B. Klees, B. Kleihege, E. 
Krieger, P. Kringle, D. Lane. 



Fourth row: R. Lasky, M. Launi, 
N. Launi, A. Lcatherwood, K. Lee, 
S. Leizear, W. Lemons. 



Fifth row: J. Little, J. Long, S. 
Long, R. Longaker, M. Longcor, 
B. Lorenz, J. Lundquist. 



Sixth row: D. Lutz, M. Lynn, R. 
MacFall, J. Mackie, P. Maner, J. 
Mahon, E. Marcey. 



Seventh row: H. Marstellar, V. 
Martin. D. Martini, C. Mathiesen, 
J. Mathiesen, C. Maupin, M. Mc- 
Carthy. 



Eighth ron: A. McDaniel, L. Mc- 
Donald, H. McGurk, J. McNutty, 
V. McPherson, P. Melby, M. Metz 



Ninth row: J. Middlethon, M. 
Miller, W. Miller, W. Miller, R. 
Mitchell, M. Montgomery, B. Moore. 




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tint ror\'. left to right: D. Mon- 
roe, L. Morlcy, A. Morris, S. New- 
man, R. Newsom, J. O'Connor, M 
O'Day. 



Second row. F. Oddsson, J. Onley, 
B. Osborne, M. Parrish, E. Patton, 
R. Pearson, E. Pstersilia. 










Third row. L. Plaugher, V. 
Portch, E. Prather, P. Pumphrey, E. 
Ranck, R. Ransom, R. Rawlinson. 



Fourth row: J. Reamy, H. Rector, 
E. Reeves, D. Reid, J. Reid. W. 
Rice, R. Riely. 



Fifth row: L. Riggles, G. Re- 
bedoux, M. Robinson, S. Robinson. 
W. Rossce, G. Rosson, B. Rucker. 



Sixth row: G. Rueffert, A. Rush, 
L. St. Peter, A. Shaffer, N. Sharp, 
W. Sharp, J. Sheehan. 



Seventh row: J. Shelton, F. Sher- 
wood, W. Shoemaker, M. Shum- 
way, M. Siegel, J. Stillman, M. Sim- 
mons. 



Eighth row: M. Spark, M. Stew- 
art, W. Strait, E. Sumptcr, P. Tay- 
lor, J. Teasdale, L. Thomas. 



Ninth row: M. Thomas, S. 
Thomas, B. Thompson, J. Thompson, 
M. Tiahrt, B. Tidier, J. Tillema. 



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First row, left to fight: E. Tim- 
mons, B. Towns, J. Trice, B. Tuck- 
er, E. Turner, L. Underwood, L. 
Usilton. 



Second row. S. Vanderslice, N. 
Van Horn, W. Van Pelt, R. Vaugh- 
an, M. Vicory, B. Von Gunten, M. 
Wadley. 



ThirJ row: J. Walker, J Wall, 
E. Waller, E. Waller. M. Waller. M. 
Walsh, H. Walter. 



Fourth row: F. Wampler, R. Wat- 
son, M. Weaver, B. Weethee, B. 
Weinstein, V. Wells, J. Weyraugh. 



Fifth row: A. Wilson, F. Wil- 
son, J. Wilson, M. Wilson, D. Win- 
free, W. Wolf, R. Wren. 



Sixth row: E. Wynkoop, J. York, 
C. Zirkle. 





JUNIOR PLAY CAST 
Left to Right: Bill Sharp, Jean 
Wilson, Mary Robinson, Myra Shum- 
way, Warren Van Pelt, Frances Bur- 
ton, Margaret Lynn, Hugh Walters, 
Lee McDonald, Leroy Morley, Miss 
Loving, Don Kearney, Ann Gaumnitz, 
Juanita Long, Sam Wright, Mary 
Budge, Beth Glover, John York. 



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MISS VAUGHAN'S HOME ROOM lOBl 

First Row — Left to Right — Ruth Boyd, Irma 
Nichols, Betty Smith, Margaret Alexander, Harold 
Newland, Betty Jean Hart, Marian Timbrook 
{President) , Gcraldine King. 

Second Row — Victor Dodson, Shirley Rowlett, 
Rebecca Brandt, Dorothy Windsor, Dorothy Sparks, 
Miss Vaughan, Virginia Potts, Mildred Boyland, 
Doris Dove, John Grossman, Bobby Mills. 

Third Row — Lloyd Bullock, Stanley Hariison, 
Dan Jensen, Joe Gaillott, Elwood Keys, John Giin- 
nell, Charles Dewey, Earl Connor, Edward McCarthy, 
Jim Neate. Reginald Barnes. 



MR. PAGE'S HOME ROOM 10B2 
Fust Row— Left to Right — Dorothy Bass, Frances 
Gui, Virginia Brown, Elinor Harrison, Thomas 
Hawkins {President) , Margaret Bittenbender, Fran- 
ces Brooks, Amelia Munson. 

Second Row — Guy Jones, Michael Foglio, Thomas 
Palmer. Rita M.-'.ttare, Mr. Page, Mary White, 
Charmain Tompkins, Rea Sheffer, Vernon Bell. 

Third Row- -Brace Palmer, William Ade, New- 
ton Lee, Jack Runkle, Schryver Ramsey, Robert 
Custard, Billy Palmer. 



MISS RUCKERS HOME ROOM 10B3 
First Row — Left to Right — Robert Shea, .Nelta 
Farran, Jeanne Schultz, Jeanne Qucrry, Ben Fonner 
{President), Pat Jones, Virginia Callahan, Ruth 
Keen. 

Second Row — Tony Flores, Bob Jarman, Bob 
Buck, Bob Oksanen, Eddie Brooks, Jim Brighan, 
Francis Kahlenback, Paul Smith, Jack Ring, Alan 
Coville. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Larry Woodward President 10-A 

Evelyn Underwood Secretary-Treasurer 10-A 

Pat Jones President 10-B 

Melvin WiNFlELD V ice-President 10-B 

Betty Smith Secretary-Treasurer 10-B 

Kenneth Hii debrand Vice-President 10-A 




MISS LATHAM'S HOME ROOM 10B4 
First Row — Lejt to Right — Peggy Bunch, Irene 
Kirby, Jean Chittenden, Emma Petty, Bobby Huff 
{President) , Dorothy Johnson, Norma Jean Nichols, 
Dorothy Toone. 

Second Row — Melvin Wmfield, Kenneth Purty, 
David Rhodes, Albert Cyr, Rebecca Stout, Miss 
Latham, Anne McCombs, Billy McCauley, Charles 
Brady, John Bailey, Bob Bardt". 

Third Row — James Cumberland, Roy Spang- 
ler, Norman Allison, Robert Edmonston, David 
Butcher, Blalce Owen. Walter Woodruff, Luther 
Tapp. 



MISS PEEDS HOME ROOM— lOAl 

First Row — Lejt to Right — Majorie Jones, 
Stephanie Walsh, Doris Wagner, Evelyn Under- 
wood, Katherine Payne, Donna Story, Audrey 
Hughes, Barbara Mastm {President}, Marjorie 
Berry, Miss Peed. 

Second Row — Mary McDaniels, Amelia Ar- 
dai, Anna Mahonne, Dorothea Vanderslice, Jerry 
Allen, Beetle Maurice, Caroline Rhodes, Norma 
Hamm, Elaine Rauth, Sara Wagner, Marie Yost. 

Third Row — Roland Miller, Walter Allen, 
Jack Neal, Eldridge Taylor, James Albert, Robert 
Betzler, James Grimm, William Sullivan, Ralph 
Kirk, William Millan. 

Fourth Row — Jack Williams, Johns Hughes, 
Willian:^ Rauth, Kenneth Harding, Ben Sims, 
Robert Wilson, Ray Cook. 

Fifth Row — David Yager. 



MR YAGERS HOME ROOM 10A2 

Front Row — Thelma Nicely, Ivy Lewis, Anna 
Lee Timmons, Dorothy Whitte, Peggy Lawrence 
{President) , Mae Bond, Elaine Allen, Charlotte 
Rice, Ruth Simmons. Mr. Yager. 

Second Ron — Phylis Bauer, Frances Van Emden, 
Louise Reese, Virginia Thomas, Loretta Snyder, 
Gerry Brown, Mary Rose Joy, Nell Mansefield, 
Doris Marcey, Dorothy Baker. 

Third Row — Pee Wee Western, Stuart Paxton, 
Robert Panizza, Walter Warner, Clifford Temple, 
Richard Davis, Donald Berrill, Carol Home 

Fourth Row — Martin Katte, Loyd Myer, Ralph 
McGonigal, Glenn Smith, Aubrey Williams, 
Kenneth Hildebrand, Richard Shaw, Francis An- 
derson. Leonard Basin. 



MR. MORRISON'S HOME ROOM 10A3 

First Row— Left to /?ig/>/— Phyllis Taylor, Kath- 
erine Storey, Beverley Bashaw, Martha Tapp, 
Mary Louise Grunwell, Evelyn Collins, Evelyn Mar- 
tin, Shirley Wilcher, Eloise Croson, Mr. Morrison. 

Second Row — Mary Charlotte Duval, Elaine 
Cooper, Louise Wood, Shirley Hull, Johann Han- 
sell, Betty Stream, Lorraine Gardner. Sally Far- 
row, Barbee Alexander, Flora Eastwood. 

Third Row — Frank Ford, Barnes Lawson {Presi- 
dent), Bob Stewart, Albert Elwell, Maynard 
Bernd, Jack Woodside, Edgar Waller. 

Fourth Row — Otis Rose, Bobby Roland, Bowie 
Chew, Charles Parrish, Paul Hylant, Ernest Scering, 
Richard Evans, Herbert Dindlebeck. 





MR. JACKSON'S HOME ROOM 10A4 

First Row — Lejt to Right — Mary Stevens, Con- 
stance Riddle, Kitty Johnson, Jean Swinglcr, Eva 
McCormick, Ruth Longerbean, Elizabeth Floyd, 
Harriet Davis, Mr. Jackson. 

Second Row — Virginia Mahoney, Bernice Haller, 
Betty Newroth, Patricia Hall, Lala Curry, Anna 
Snyder, Kitty Simmons, Doris Fox. 

Third Row — Harold Devlin, Robert Boston, 
James Mansfield, Richard Smith, Francis Witchey, 
James Hensley, Charles Hall, Parke Trotter, Rob- 
ert Kemp. 

Fourth Row — • Billy Conover, Norman Tra- 
han, Sidney Wellborn, Irvin Dunnington, James 
Bussey, Carlyle Brown, Edward Grant, Louis Rinkc, 
Gaylord Walker, President. 



MISS BUTTON'S HOME ROOM 10A5 

First Row — Left to Right — Betty Darcey, Gloria 
Drew, Dorothy Niessen, Lois Pressley, Dorothy 
Luther, Mary Rodgers, Doris Spivey, Edna Mae 
Morris, Ruby Taylor, Miss Button. 

Second Row — Kathleen Tanner, Teresa Miller, 
Helen Lowe, Alice Deis, Elsie Noohr, Margaret 
Armstrong, Rosemary Ashton, Shirley Swanson, 
Jean Luckett. 

Third Row — Ray Benckert, Hubbard Harris, 
Jack Floyd (President) . Glenn Waldron, Larry 
Woodward, Donald Nichols, Richard Hargis, Billy 
Dorsey. 

Fourth Row — Tommy Bassett, Charles Mason, 
Vernon Pierce, Greg DePagter. William Meyer, 
Max Schreiner, Richard Harris. 



MR. CONE'S HOME ROOM 10A6 

First Row — Left to Right — Norma Myford, 
Juanita Harrington, Ailene Hyde, Jean Foolks, 
Betty Hundley, Dawn O'Day, Catherine McCafFry, 
Grace Vitali, Joan Perry, Mr. Cone. 

Second Row — Jeanne Ramsay, Ruth Claflin, Mary 
Cappleman, Barbara Schock, Jocelyn Packard. 
Jeanne Simpson, Alice Godard, Florence Morris, 
Mary Studt. 

Third Ron — Richard Heinbuch, William Eisen- 
burg, Tony Caffi, Douglas Beale, Mason Barkley, 
Alfred Reynolds, John Leeth, Stadden Marshall. 

Fourth Row — Joseph Metzger, Hugh McCaffry, 
Curtis Williams, Roland Perry, Jack Pearson (Pre- 
sident). Edson Case, Walter Crack, Ralph Malone. 



MISS PETTIT'S HOME ROOM 10A7 

First Row — Left to Right — Doris Apple, Helen 
Maley, Arlene Coakley, Edythe Middleton {Presi- 
dent), Doris Culver, Blanche Rowell, Judith Davis, 
Jean Williams, Beverly Williams, Miss Pettit. 

Second Row — Maurinc McKinnon, Audrey Black- 
man, Frances Smith. Margaret Allen, Jean Ritten- 
housc. Norma Plaugher, Gloria Maschino, Louisa 
Brooke, Doris Percy. 

Third Row — Richard Kollmeyer, Ben Nickson, 
Paul Smith. John Malmquist, Jack Fahrney, Con- 
nor Wiggins, Conley Slusher, Robert White, James 
McCart. Richard Crenshaw. 

Fourth Row — Herbert Graul, Homer Bauserman, 
David Johnson, James Orndorff, David Merrill, 
Emerson Matchette, Leslie Samaha, Donald Firld. 



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MR. JONES' HOME ROOM I0A8 

First Ron — Left to Right — Evelyn Williams, 
Berice Brewer, Gloria Campbell, Jean Jones, Elsie 
Usilton, Lenora Hutchinson, Shirley Thompson, 
Jimmilcne McCliftord, Mr. Jones. 

Second Row — Maybell Lightfoot, Emma Bullon 
{President) . Lois Robinson, Martha Ellen Yates, 
Lottie Burson, Mildred Tilton, Lois Kerns, Ruth 
Watson, Margret Waugh. 

Third Row — Philip VanDoren, Blain Haddox, 
Edison Orr. Robert Bayles, Charles Potts, Eldridge 
Roberts, Fred Appleton, Leslie Wolford, Gerard 
Niessen. 

Toiirth Row — Ben Miles, Edgar Rice, Bill Royal, 
Ralph Thompson. Billy Thortor, Albert Frere, Jack 
Bauserman, Jerry Johnson. 



MR. JOHNSON'S HOME ROOM 10A9 
First Row — Left to Right — Gayle Ricks, Judith 
Levenson, Mary Wampier, Betty Walters, Shirley 
Gochenour, Norvalce Smith. Christine Borland, 
Mary Murphy. 

Second Row — William Brooks, Mahlon Malone, 
Florence Humphry, Bernice Carpenter, Mr. John- 
son, Lorraine Bassye. Blanchic Rasmussen, Nora 
Lee Walker, Robert Tullis, Cline Knowles. 

Third Row — Jean Blanchett, Malcolm Malone, 
Turner Graves, Theodore Thompson. David Mit- 
chell, Jack Howison, Melvin Courtney, President. 



MR. CAMPBELL'S HOME ROOM lOAlO 

First Row — Left to Right — Faith Fraser, Virginia 
Carter, Ruth Miller. Evelyn Ballon, Dorcas Neai, 
Pauline Oliver, Anne Pickens, Ramona Starke, Mr. 
Campbell. 

Second Row — Gertrude Germ'an, Betty Jane 
Crim, Joan Only. Mary Jane Murrin, Frances An- 
derson, Mildred Draper, Warynette Thackleberry, 
Margaret Crickenberger, Winnie White. 

Third Row — Bobby Baskin, Jackie Cradlin, AI- 
win Reiners, Walter Brown, Courtney Carwithern, 
Fred Woolschlager, Kenneth Cobb, Teddy Fulkrton. 

Fourth RcTV — Bobby True. James Nimmo, Jerome 
Lawson, Leonard Baxter, Harold Tidier, Lovell Day. 
Fred Pfeiffer (President), J. C. Richards, Tommy 
Brown. 



MISS ORNDORFF'S HOME ROOM lOAll 

First Row Seated — Left to Right — Esther Dewey, 
Comelette Davis, Treva Levinson, Pauline Potter 
(President), Earl Shreve, Marilyn Kaminker, Bev- 
erly Kiefer. Geraldine Ping. 

Second Row Standing — Bobby Cox, Warren Lang- 
ston, Gray Williams, Margaret Sadler, Patricia 
Gardener, Miss Orndorff, Winifred Turner, Jane 
Litton, LeRoy Frappier, Raymond Bouse, William 
Horner. 

Third Row — Dean Sullivan, George Weber, 
Charles Freeman, Alvin Foltz, Don Dieter, Robert 
Reuter, Roderick Atkinson. Jack Huber, Gerald 
Bowen. 




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Third Row — Warren Mateer, Robert Drew, Joe 
Wheeler, James Hillman, Edgar Gerber, Grover 
OrndorfF. 

Fourth Row — Francis Adams, Howard Abel, 
James Cash, William JcUer, Eddie DeCelle, Dewey 
Burleigh, Harry Walker. 



MISS SMITH'S HOME ROOM 9B1 

First Row — Left to Right — Lloyd Marshall, Al- 
ice Kitchell, Betty Embrey, Evelyn Marshall, Betty 
Weethee, Ann Olson. 

Second Row — Bobby Brickard, Robert Stevens. 
John Mallon, James Hodges, Miss Smith. 

Third Row — Douglas Day, Carleton Smith, Don- 
ald Ryan, Lester Wilson, Roy Lampman. 

Fourth Row — Robert Crouch. Edwin Farmer, 
Thomas Sigmundsson, Paul Broyles, Bill Goodman, 
Charles Carpenter. 



MR. CALVERT'S HOME ROOM 9B2 

First Row — Left to Right — Ouida Lewis, Viola 
Pomponio, Roseland Hudson, Helen Valentine, 
Mary Jane Dugan, Catherine Shipman, H. W. 
Calvert. 

Second Row — Robert Stafford, Jack Lee, Doris 
Fink, Betty Lou Vogel, Eileen Gomble, Mary Hum- 
mer, Charles Swift. 

Third Row — Dan Holm, Howard White, Charles 
Lewtz, Hubert Potter, Richard Huff. 

Fourth Row — Walter Reingruber. Marvin Lyons. 
Jack Ruckert, Frank Havens, Julien Schrenk. 



MISS FULLER'S HOME ROOM 9B3 

First Row — Left to Right — Doris Frink, Virginia 
Swain, Jane Cain. Jean Myers, Dorothy Brackett, 
Miss Fuller. 

Second Row — John Hayes, Cecelia Gorrell, Jerry 
de Vare, Mary Miller, Jack Finley. 

Third Row — James Lyle. Leslie Marshall, B. G. 
Harker. 

Fourth Row — John Gardener, Russell Santmyer. 
Ross Bates, Edward Moorefield. 



MR. WALKER'S HOME ROOM 9B4 
First Row — Left to Right — Gladys May Ball, 

Betty Lou Dixon, Mary Francis Holliday. Edith 

Fletcher, Geraldine Thompson, Doris Cedar, Betty 

Rose Gosnell, Mr. Walker. 

Second Row — Richard Beans. Louis Mahorney, 

Joe Cable, Billy Budge, Joe Spindle, Robert Quinn, 

Vernon Chewning. 



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MRS. KIELSMEIER'S HOME ROOM 9A1 

First Row — Left to Right — Wanda Lee Lewter, 
Lillian Floyd, Virginia Andrews, Madge Reamy, 
Gladys Cullen, Mary Dortzback, Naomi Keer. 

Second Row — June McDonald. Betty Estes, Vir- 
ginia Rhoades, Mary Ellen Delano, Isabelle Porter, 
Pauline Farabee, Catherine Burger. 

Third Row — Martha Busic, Virginia Johnson, 
Glenna Dodson, Anna Mae Schroff, Marjorie Smith, 
Pauline Iden, Mildred Glass. 

Fourth Row — Arthur Marsdon. George Sherman, 
Roy Harris. Billy MacDonald, Lawrence McCann, 
Tonnie Havener. 

Fifth Row— Johr\ Beale, David Hall, John Dudly, 
Reis Pond, George Douglass, Donald Baldcrson, 
Glen Rowell, Billy Landon. 

MISS DECKER'S HOME ROOM 9A2 
First Row — Left to Right — Frances Fletcher, Jo- 
anne Ayers, Jane Todd. Jean McDaniels, June 
Evans, Vivien Hodges, Gloria Davis, Miss Decker. 
Second Row — Amy Lou Myers. Mary Churchner, 
Helen Gilfillen, Betty Darr, Elinor Stevens, Doro- 
thy America, Lucille Fowler. Betty Tolman, June 
Everheart. 

Third Row — Bobby Roth, James Brown, Marion 
Goddard, Charlotte Barbour. Edward Moody, 
George Martini, Billy Lynch, Dick Bell. 

Fourth Row — Arthur Fridinger, Keesey Purcell, 
Aubrey Martin, Everett Williams, Billy Rawlin- 
son, Jimmie Wellborn. 

Fifth Row — James Stone. Burdette Warden, Ha- 
well Motz, Norman Pumphrey, Fred Adams, Paul 
Heitmuller, Donald Shepherd. 

MISS ANGLES HOME ROOM 9A3 
First row: Irma Basye, Katheryn Van Pelt, Joyce 
Niendorf, Angelina Pomponio, Betty Bray, Char- 
lotte Henderson, Patsy Mackey. Miss Angle. 
Second row. Laura Hawkins, Jean Osborne, Joann 
Miller, Bessie Helmick. Marie Ault, Jean Hub 
bard, Betty Griggs, Katherm<> Moe. 
Third row: Herbert Hutson, Dick Goodman. John 
Daly, Richard Ford, Jane D.ivis, Mary Moon?y. 
Walter McCarthy, Roy Marcey. Jack Archibald. 
Fourth row: Phillip McCann, Edgar Manville, Ar- 
thur Wehrli, Bobby Clark, Herbert Baggett, Paul 
Summers, Harrison Brundage, Floyd Daiightcrty, 
Russell Dowling. 

Fifth row: William Griffin, Dale Goff, Jerry Har- 
rington, Claude Thompson, Robert August, Pres- 
ton Davis, Billy Earl. George Drusy. 

MISS E. McNEILL'S HOME ROOM— 9A4 
First row: Left to Right — Evelyn Waller, Dorothy 
Hill, Peggy Hire, Eugenia Hastings, Jacqueline 
McCombs, Ann Swingler, Mary Lou Kirch, Miss 
E. McNeill. 

Second row: Dorothy Guise, Doris Quigg, Bet- 
tie Hutchison, Malissa Batschelet, Nancy Morti- 
mer, Ellen Story, Virginia Inbody, Mary Womack 
Third row: John Holloway, Clifford Carol, Olaf 
Fagerli, Louise Kettner, Joyce Zika, Dolores Swil- 
ler Robert O'Neill, limmv Adair. 



Fourth row: Billy Henry, Jimmy Howell, Rex 
Hield, Leroy Fink, Harrison McCord, Joe Mc- 
Cauley. 

Fifth Row: Jack Streeter, Paul Myatt, James Ra- 
mos, Robert Eldred, Arnold Valentine, Donald 
Drukenmiller, Leonard Janson. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
Seated {left to right): Lee McDonald, Vice- 
President: Rodney Gaumnitz, President: Norma 
Joy, Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Elliott, Sponsor, 
Standing (left to right) ; Larry Woodward, Wil- 
liam D. Lynch, Courtney Owens, Dan Johnson, 
George Atcheson. Jean Mathieson. 




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Throughout the past year your Student 
Government has been functioning, under 
the sponsorship of Miss EHiott, in the cap- 
acity of student representation both in stu- 
dent and facuhy projects. The Point Sys- 
tem, one of the outstanding achievements 
of scholastic activity in recent years, was 
instituted as a main project along with the 
regular Student Government activities such 
as handbooks and patrols. 



This year's Student Government has 
made one notable advance in that it has 
not only promoted student projects but 
also projects directly affecting student wel- 
fare. Thus advancements have been made 
on such projects as rotation of class periods; 
recognition of tennis as a major sp)ort, and 
procurement of classes in German. 

Truly we should be proud of such an 
organization. 



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CHARACTER — not what we seem but what we are and 
do; 

SERVICE — to our selves and to each other ever true. 
LEADERSHIP — ability to stand above the crowd, 
SCHOLARSHIP — to use the mind with which we are 
endowed. 




Sponsor, Miss Sally Loving 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 
Left to right: Lois Smith, Hilton Bon- 
ney, Mary Norman Dagger, Stanley 
Lusby. 




Senior Class of '41 pre- 
sented ''June Mad," a 
comedy in three acts. 




Mrs. Wood Bettv Brayton 

MiHy Lou Florence Foute 

G. Mervyn Roberts _ Dean Brundage 

Roger Van Vleck Frank Stone 

]ulie Harris Barbara Sutton 

Shirley Wentworth Jane Manning 

Ralph Wentworth ..Robert Reese 



Dan Johnson 
Hilton Bonney 
Miss Lee McNeill 




NEWSPAPER CLUB— LITERARY 
First Ron' — Left to Right — Margaret Ann 
Carlson, Jean Mathicson, Dean Brund- 
age, Billy Long, Louis Fauteux, Jean 
Onley, Willma Shoemaker. 
Second Row — Betty Huntington, George 
>Vatt, Bruce Holland, Curtis Miller, 
Dorothy Marsh, Miss Orndorff, Jane 
Ann Hughes, Don Montgomery, Betty 
Jane Bibby, Bob Marshall. 



JhsL TljfwApapQfL Club 



The Newspaper Club 

presents 

"CROSSED SABRES" 

Starring 

William Long Editor 

Edith Fox Business Manager 

Dean Brundage President 

Muriel Jordan Secretary 

Supported by a large Business and Editor- 
ial Staff. 



Setting: Washington-Lee High School. 
Time: School year of 1940 and 1941. 

Act I Room 211 

Scene'.hest newspaper in the history of the school. 

Act II Room 216 

Scene: Largest circulation ever. 

Act III W-L Gymnasium 

Scene: Valentine's Day Dance — great success 

Director — Miss Orndorff 
Assistant Director — Mr. Webb. 
Producer — Mrs. Corcoran 



NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL STAFF 
First Row Seated — Dorothy Marsh, Bet- 
ty Townes, Billy Long, Jane Ann 
Hughes, Mary Alice Fabre. 
Second Row Standing — Curtis Miller, 
Dean Brundage, Miss OrndorfF, Mrs. 
Corcoran, Betty Huntington, Muriel 
Jordon. 




BUSINESS NEWSPAPER CLUB 
First Row Seated — Left to Right — Betty 
Townes, Juanita Long, Rebecca Brandt, 
Thelma Metz. 

Second Row Standing — Minnie Launi, 
Edith Fox, Mrs. Corcoran, Charles Chase, 
Robert Hughitt, Orville Judd, Mildred 
Hill. 




Editor — William Long 
Business Manager — Edith Fox 





JUNIOR NEWSPAPER CLUB 
First Row Seated — Left to Right — Peggy 
Hite, June Evans, Richard Goodman, 
John Daly, Betty Griggs, Catherine Bur- 
ger, Bessie Helmick. 

Second Row — Walter Allen, Patsy Mack- 
ey, Jean Keener, Jean Hubbard, Mr. 
Webb, Joan Hanseil, Glenna Dodson, 
James Bussey, John Holloway. 
Third Row — James Ramos, Billy Henry, 
Herbert Baggett, Ray Benckert, Harri- 
son Brundage, Richard Mitchell. 



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Mr. Gordon Page 



GLEE CLUBS 

. . . 1940-41, a year of progress 
for the Washington-Lee Glee Clubs 
. . . after school rehearsals . . . 
The Christmas assembly . . . Ap- 
pearance before Dr. Williamson 
. . . Roanoke trip . . . Spring Recital 
. . . singing for Dr. Kindler . . . 
Music Festival at Richmond . . . 
eight superiors . . . commencement 
program. 



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BOYS' GLEE CLUB 
First Row — Left to Right — Byrd, Cahn, Vanderslice, Han- 
cock, Jones, Tompkins, Lorenz, Runklc, Stone. 
Second Row — Mr. Page, D. Hargis, B. Hargis, Brown, 
Rossee, Mansfield, Heine, Duncan, Fugate, Tucker, Wain- 
wright, Myers. 

Third Row — Pettigrew, Newland, Rector, Valentine, Sol- 
dano, Jensen, Ramsey, Lewis, Price, Haddox, Jones, San- 
ford. 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

First Row — Left to Right — Farrow, Mastin, Osborne, 

Volker, Foster, Weast, Stuart, Jennings, Oddsson, Reiners, 

Smith. 

Second Row — A. Compton, Foute. Cullen. Bennett. Guinn, 

Kindig. Osborne, Miller. 

Third Row—R. Compton, Busey, Johnson, Fimmons, 

Croson, Miss Booker, Moore, Jones, Lawrence, Lewter 

Thompson. 

Fourth Row — Curry, McDaniels, Pressley, Dewey, Teas- 
dale, Mathieson, Humm. Haller, Delano, Tompkins, 

Wilcher, 'Wilson. 

Fifth Row — Pere, Berry, Reamy, Campbell, Burson, 3ur 
son, Davis, Von Stein, Nieiidort^. 



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'Ipsa scientia potestas est." 
(Knowledge itself is power.) 

The 1941 program of the Literary Society included many 
interesting experiments. There was a contest between two pro- 
gram teams to determme which of the two gave the best programs 
of the year. The prize was a party given the winning team by 
the losing team. Another of the projects was an original melo- 
drama which the society presented in April. 

Elos was founded in February of 1940 by Mr. Lewter. This 
year it was under the sponsorship of Miss Lee McNeill who 
worked faithfully with the members, helping them to make the 
vear one of achievement. 



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First Row — Left to Right — Ludwig, Sadler, Weast, Coffman, Halsted, Smith, Payne, Stewart, Field, Miss L. 

McNeill. 

Second Row — Ransom. Stuart, Lynn, Trent, Wellborn, Jones, Fabre, Edmonston, Ungemach. 

Third Row — Lewis, Rixse, Dulaney, Long, Reese, Boriney, Woodmansee, Lohr, Brundage, Fauteux. 

Other Members — -Northern, Martini, Tompkins, Gaines, Ayers, Deuterman. 






MR. CAMPBELL S DRAMATIC 
CLUB 

First Row—Leh to Right — Eaton, 
Hudson, Buckhotz, Kelly, B. 
Thompson, Banks, Colburn, Brit- 
tingham, PlavidaL 
Second Row — Whitehouse, Wind- 
sor, Timbrooke, Pearson, Strait, 
Mr. Campbell, Neissen, James, 
Hilliary, Rhodes, Williams. 
Third Row — Ewald, Hoffman, 
Martin. Nicholls, Windsor, Wood, 
Lee, D. Thompson, Whittington, 
Horn, Walton. 



MISS VAUGHN'S 
DRAMATIC CLUB 
First Row — Left to Right — 
Clarke, Coe, Borton, Shumway, 
Pumphrey, Hefflebower, Bohl- 
ken, Montgomery. 
Second Row — Hansen, Baumg.irt- 
ner, St. Peter, Burton, Liverman, 
Little, Hostetler, Brennan, Fair- 
fax. 

Third Row — Simmons, Wrieht, 
Barton, Galarza, N. Sharp, Martin, 
McCormick^ Miss Vaughan. 
Fourth Row—'Var\ Pelt, Garfield, 
B. Sharp, Brown, Bauserman, Har- 
lan, Collier. 




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MISS LATHAMS 

DRAMATIC CLUB 

First row: Crim, Blackman, 

Starke, Litton, Kaminker, Comley, 

Jones, Borland. 

Second Row — Gardener, Sadler, 
Rittenhouscr, Ping, Murphy, Hart 
Johnson, Toone, Potter, Bray, 
Miss Latham, Sponsor. 
Third Row — Grossman, Winfield. 
Albert, Todd, Ayers', Monson, 
Ashton, McKinney, Pomponio, 
Davis, Shreve, Grim, Sullivan. 




SENIOR 



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Smitn, rtei' Pmk, King. 

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MRS. FLETCHER'S 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Rory — Seated — Left to 
Right — Maurice, Landis, Noe, 
Perry, Reichert, Parrish. 
Second Row — Looney, Smith, 
Adams, Stone, Clarke, Via, Wat- 
son, Dinterman, Corcoran, Ship- 
man, Olson, Smith, Mrs. Fletcher. 

Third Row — Baker, Sterner, 
Whitlock, Chisholm, Silcott, 
Leatherwood not present. 





MISS LOVING'S 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Left to Right — Miss 
Loving, Kolakoski, Speakman, 
Urbanski, Shepherd, Kirkley, Mc- 
Nemar. 

Second Row — Paradire, Patter- 
son, Goodrich, Knoblock, Schooler, 
Luther, Loveless, Brannan, Gore. 



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MISS LEE McNEILL'S GIRLS' 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Seated • — Left to 
Right — Dodson, Carter, Simmons, 
Manning, Gaines, Brown, Waller, 
Patton, Heatwolc, Rucker. 

Second Row — Standing — Sher- 
wood, Dorsett, Kicfer, Hughitt; 
Tucker, Haynes, Stricklcr, Ok- 
sanen, Hallowell, Hoag, Seifert, 
Davis, McNeill, Weaver, Kreiger. 

Third Row — Fitzgerald, Hicks, 
Brown, Waller. 





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MISS BALLANCE'S 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Left to Right — 
Brown, Spivey, Daugherty, Stream 
Simmons, O'Day, McDougal, 
Duckworth, Felton. 

Second Row — Left to Right — 
Munson, Tilton, Holliday, Morse, 
Cain, Jones, Harbaugh, Taylor, 
Stream, Jones, Querry, Keene, 
Miss Ballance, Sponsor; Hensley. 
Harris. 

Third Row — Left to Right: — 
Bunch, Edwards, HofF. 



MISS ALDHIZER'S 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Left to Right — 
Burke, Shoemalcer, Hoover, Wald- 
ron, Gudger. 

Second Row —Miss Aldhizer, 
Oakes, Reynolds, Dozier, Ruby. 

Third Row — Paxton, Overal, 
Cardwell, Collier, Sullivan, Vin- 
zant. 





MISS PETTIT'S 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Seated — Left to 
Right — Draper, Myers, Bassye, 
Lowe, Hudson, Perry, Smith, 
Valentine, Kirk Fink, Storey, 
Craig. 

Second Row — Standing — Maley, 
Davis, Allen, Everhart, VanEnden 
Thomas, Dorcey, Reese, Luckett, 
Bittenbender, Berry, Lewis, Gam- 
ble, Apple, Brown, Rhodes, Miss 
Pettit, Smith, Schultz. 

Third Row — Plaugher, Middle- 
thon, Coakley, Vogel, Baur. 



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MRS. KIELSMEIERS 
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Pint Ron' — Seated — Left to 
Right — Looney, Canham, Willis, 
Prather, Kirby, Robidoux, Bean. 
Second Row — Standing- Mahon 
Eustace, Laskey, Fuss, Monroj, 
Jones, Anstine, Miller, Free, 
Bowling, Harrington, Halsted, 
Mrs. Kielsmeier, Rawiinsoi. 

Third Row— Waller, Brown, 
Tillema, VanDoren, Harris. 





MISS CHAPPELLS HOME 
ECONOMICS CLUB 
Seated — Thompson, Livingston, 
Oksanen, Bause, Applcton, Langs- 
ton, Bayles. 

Standing — Brooks, Bowen, Wit- 
chey, Cox, Jeffries, Nimmo, 
Brown, Kattie, Folitz, Orr, Smith, 
Miss Chappell, Freeman. 



MR. CONE'S HOME 
ECONOMICS CLUB 

First Row — Seated — Left to 
Right — McCarthy, McDonald, 
Balderson, Landen, Pond, Doug- 
las, Beall, Stevens, Heitmueller, 
Duly. 

Second Row — Standing — Sum- 
mers, Marcey, Rowell, Dudley, 
Hughes, Dowling, Thompson, 
Clarke, Adams, August, Broyles, 
Harris, Caffi. Mr. Cone. 




Mrs. Margaret Johnson Moore 
Sponsor of the Red Cross Club 




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Tfiird K"" „ Lucas. 

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HI-Y CLUB 

First Row Seated — Left to Right 
— Halsted, Ayers, Woodmansee, 
Reese, Fauteux, Cardwell. 

Second Row Standing — Mr. 
Jackson, Lawson, Tillema, Judd, 
Holford, Rixse, Johnson, Bonney, 
Long, Engle. 

Third Row — McDonald, Throw- 
er, Atcheson, Tompkins, McNe- 
mar, Morley, Luther, Wilson, 
Ludwig. 



. . . to create, maintain, and extend throughout the 
school and community , high standards of Christian char- 
acter. 

The Hi-Y Pledge 



The Senior Hi-Y Club of Washington-Lee, a branch 
of the National Hi-Y Fellowship of the Y.M.C.A., is 
one of the school's service groups. Membership is in one 
sense honorary, as applicants are chosen on the basis of 
character and scholarship. Only students of the three up- 
per classes are accepted. 

A membership campaign is conducted every semester 
to keep the rolls full to a capacity of forty boys. Of course 
there is an informal period of "trial" which is culminated 
by a formal initiation. 

Among the organization's service activities are the 
morning cafeteria patrol and the clean-up campaign. At 
Christmas the boys collected toys for repair at local fire 
stations, and also helped decorate the auditorium for the 
Christmas pageant. 

Regular parts of the Hi-Y program are visits to the 
Y.M.C.A., and informal discussions of school and social 
problems usually led by the sponsor Mr. Jackson. Each 
spring members invite their fathers to a reunion banquet 
where the parents are brought in closer contact with the 
club through speeches by "Y" officials and by the boys 
themselves. 



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ORCHESTRA 



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musicians rushed eagerly to practice. After the fiddles had been tuned -rf^ VV- 

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the conductor cried for "More bass!" 



Whenever they played 
and the flutist trilled a brilliant cadenza 




sour note 



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This was usually followed by a 



from the clarinetist. /^"^^ After a magnificent flourish of 



the drums ^7/""/\<C | t^^ director declared rehearsal dismissed; whereupon everyone 



packed his instrument and departed 



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CAMERA CLUB 
First Row — Left to Right — 
Wiggins, Eisenbcrg, Beale, Millon, 
Carpenter, Hall, Redgate, Adams. 
Second Row — Day, Lampman, 
Smith, Goddard, Rusk; Bodmer; 
Embrey, Fletcher, Wood. Vollcer, 
Hummel, Thackaberry, Onley. 

Third Row — Watson, Thrower, 
Lawson, Reiners, Pouizzo, Hard- 
ing, White, Mr. Calvert, Fohrney, 
Pierce, Schreiner, Meyer, Vander- 
plank, McNuIty, Boston. 



MODEL AEROPLANE CLUB 
Left to Right — Ford, Keys, Koll- 
myer. Yager, Custard, Gailliot. 
TuUis, Knowles. Ade. Trappier, 
Wehrli, Hensley. 



CRAFTS CLUB 

Seated — Left to Right — dc Vore 
Porter, Lightfoot, Treva Levin- 
son, Reamy. 

Standing — ■ Payne, Marshall. 
Wcethee, Story, Mr. Guinther. 
Myers. Gorrell. Sullivan. 



TREE STUDY CLUB 

Finl Row — Seated — Left to 
Right — Harrison, Wampler. 

Griggs, Bryant, Wildman. 

Second Row — Standing — Mahon. 
Robinson, Harrison. Huff, Hav- 
ens, Miss Artz. Edmonston. Bas- 
sert, Meadows, Burnett, Brown 
Margaret Alexander was not 
present 




FIRST AID CLUB 

Lying Down — McGoncgal. 

First Row — Left to Right — Lea- 
therwood, Gillenwater, Kringel, 
Rinkel. 

Second Row — Newroth, Pom- 
ponio, Storey, Allen, Simmons, 
Bashaw, Miller, Martin, Riddle. 

Third Row — Mr. Morrison, 
Waller, Rollins, Shaffer, McCau- 
ley, Oliver, Shaw, Sloan, Rice, 
Underwood, Mr. Yager, Ogle- 
thorpe. 

Fourth Row — Melby, Butcher, 
Parise, Marsden, Newsom, Trot- 
ter, Jones. 




CRAFTS AND POSTERS 
CLUB 

First Row — Left to Right — 
Claflin, White, Evanson, Lee, 
Metz, Ross, Vallinger, Thurston' 
Swanson. 

Second Row — Miss Decker, Cor- 
brly, Slusher, Wellborn, p'urccll. 
Custard, Stone, Moody. 









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Lohr^O'Ne>U. 

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First Row — Left to Right — Trone, Rawlett, Galarza, Miller, Jones, Whitmer, Maurice. 

Second Row — Lusby, Windsor, Smith, Halsted, Marsh, Miss Peed, Heinbuch, Wellborn. 
Stewart; Jones; Rixse. 

Third Row — Meeks, Windsor, Eubank, Jennings, Reed, Hottel, Thompson, Lynn, Fabre, Pum- 
phrey, Jones. 



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Jackie Miller -..- President 

Karla Galarza _ Vice President 

Mary Gladah Jones _ ..^... Secretary-Treasurer 

Franklin Rixse and Doris Colley 

and that's where the Amazon begins 

Robert Gaines, Lloyd Marshall, and Albert Rixse 

the South American Way 




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But as many as received him, to them 
gave he power to become the sons of God, 
even to them that believe on his name. 
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man be born again, he cannot see the 
kingdom of God. ]ohn 3:3 
Follow thou me. John 21:22 




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First Ron — Left to Right — Dulaney, Jones. 

Second Row — Kisseleff, Lusby. 

Third Row — Reese, McCarthy, Waller, Heinbuch, Trone. Jones, Galarza, Shipman, Mr 

Fourth Row — Lynn, Kessler, Campbell, Eubank, Hanford, Miller. Mathieson, Jennings. 

Fifth Row — Hargis, Leatherwood. 

Sixth Row — Smith, Meeks. 



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The Bible Discussion Group, founded by Mr. Christie in 1939, has been led this year 
by Mr. Howard Rees, a prominent worker among yoimg people. The group was established 
to create within the school a spiritual atmosphere which is necessary for an adequate educa- 
tional program. It has been the aim of the members of this group to increase their 
knowledge of the Bible, to aid students in solving their problems, to make Christ more 
real to His followers, to introduce the Saviour of the world to those that don't know 
Him as their Friend, and to cause students to realize that getting in the proper relationship 
with God and being in accord with His will is the most important thing in life. The 
latter should be the first concern of every person for it is the essential foundation on which 
every successful life must be based. 






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First Row — Lejt to Ri^ht — Captain Ayers. Major A. Rixse, Lieutenant-Colonel Bonney, Captain F. 
Rixse, Captain Games. 

Second Row — 1st Lieutenant Alexander, Captain Gore, 1st Lieutenant Shoemaker, Captain CardwcII 
Third Row — 2nd Lieutenant Kolakoski, 2nd Lieutenant Smoot, Sergeant Lawson. Private Lawson. 1st 
Lieutenant Mathusa. 



FIRST BATTALION STAFF 
First Row — Left to Right — 1st Lieutenant Follin, Major Wood- 
mansee, 1st Lieutenant Shreve. 

Second Row — Sergeant Dozier, 1st Lieutenant Gore, Bernard 
Herrity. 



REGIMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPLY 
OFFICERS 
Left to right — Captain Gaines, Captain F. Rixse, Captain 
Avers, 1st Lt. Shreve. 





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With the abolition ot the Second B.u 
tahon and the hmiting of recruits to the 
eighth and upper grades, the Washington - 
Lee Cadet Corps become a senior unit in 
every sense of the word. 

Major Raymond G. Pavne, with his ac- 
customed proficiency, led the first weeks 
of organization and drill. However the 
National defense crisis necessitated his re- 
placement bv the organizer of the Corps, 
Lt. Col. C. S. McNeil. The brief period 
of his stay with the corps was of great 
benefit, but with the continuance of omin- 
ous world events he was called to a mobil- 
ization assignment. Fortunately the services 
of Major Payne were secured again. 

Stress was placed throughout the year 
on the importance of each man's under- 
standing thoroughly the fund.imentals of 
mihtatv drill and discipline. This knowl- 
edge will be of inestimable value if the 
present course of events continues. 

The year's work was climaxed bv the 
annual competitive drill with Randolph- 
Macon. 






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Dan Johnson 
Captain of Company A 




Robert Reese 
Captain of Company B 



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Robert Wilson 
Captain of Company C 



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"Serenty Members Strong" 
Memories of . . . the first majorette with her white boots and bow tie . . . trying to 
play sitting in the desks of 112 — an impossible task for anyone but the piccolo plaiyer . . . 
"Our Director" . . . the will power it took to get to school to practice at 8:30 on cold 
mornings when we longed to stay in bed . . . "Military Escort" . . . the enjoyment and 
satisfaction that came from being part of a worthwhile organization. 



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The Sam Browne Club, so named because of the 
belts worn by the members, is composed of the 
commissioned officers of the Boys' Batrahon of the 
Cadet Corps. 

The club is popularly know for its social events: 
the Good Will Dance in the fall, and the colorful 
Regimental Ball in the spring. 

A more serious aspect of the club is shown in its 
efforts to improve the Cadet Corps by discussion of 
the problems of the Corps and by constructive criti- 
cism of the officers by their brother officers. 




f;rf/ Korv — Le\t to Right -Mathusa, First Lieutenant; Gore, 
Captain; Bonney, Lieutenant Colonel; Wilson, Captain; 
Woodmansee. Major; Ayers, Captain; Cardwell, Captain. 
Second Row — Kirby, Second Lieutenant; McNemar, First 
Lieutenant; Johnson, Captain; Rixse, Major; Rixse, Cap- 
tain; Follin. First Lieutenant; Allen, First Lieutenant; 
Gore. First Lieutenant. 

Third Row — Shreve, First Lieutenant; Hughitt, Second 
Lieutenant; Gaines, Captain; Cole. .Second Lieutenant; 
Lusby, Captain; Reese, Captain; Dulaney, First Lieutenant; 
Shoemaker. First Lieutenant. 




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AUXILIARY BATTALION STAFF 
First Row: Left to Right: Barbara Field, Adjutant; 

Alice Coffman, Major; Ruth Hayes, Chief of Staff. 
Second Row. Kathleen Yates, Staff Sergeant; Betty 

Eldridge. Sergeant Major; Eleanora Reichert, Second 

Lieutenant: June Miller, Second Lieutenant; Louise 

Smith, Second Lieutenant. 



In the rather drab year of 1930 there occurred a most happy event — the birth of the Girl's Auxihary. 
There were only about forty girls in a single platoon called "Company I" that first year; but the second 
year, when Miss Williams took over the duties of the first sponsor, Miss Powell, the organization more 
than doubled itself and was proud to display two platoons. Each year the auxiliary has grown, making 
it necessary to form a second company, "K" in 1933, and a third, "L", in 1936. 

However, increased membership has by no means been the principle objective of the auxiliary; this has 
come as a result of the number of interesting activities offered. After eight years, the girls are still trying 
hard to outdrill the George Washington High Auxiliary for permanent possession of a valuable trophy. 



SADIE WILLIAMS CLUB 

first Row — Lejt to Right — Captain Northern, Captain Payne, 
Major Coffman, Captain Halsted, Captain Hayes. 

Second Row — First Lieutenant Field, First Lieutenant Mitchell, 
First Lieutenant Dolan, First Lieutenant Millet. 

Third Row — Second Lieutenant Hoffman. Second Lieutenant Mar- 
tin, Second Lieutenant Barley, Second Lieutenant Miller. Second 
Lieutenant Smith, Sergeant-Major Eldridge. 



AUXILIARY INSTRUCTORS 
Left to right: Lt. Mathusa, Capt. Gore. Lt. Hughitt, 
Capt. Cardwell, Lt. Shoemaker. 




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Captain of Company I 





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Captain of Company K 




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WASHINGTON— LEE'S 
1941 FOOTBALL TEAM 

First Row— Left to Right — 
Baker, Coach; Conklin, Man- 
ager; Muschlitz, Winfield, Ar- 
naud, Grinncll, Western, Oliv- 
er, Senior Manager; Deming, 
Line Coach. 

Second Row — Kelly, Johnson, 
Luther, Gaumnitz, Wall, Har- 
lan, Blandy, Brooks. 
Third Row — Williams, Hoov- 
er, Donnegan, L. Wilson, De- 
celle, Sherman, Cole, Gillin- 
waters. 

Fourth Row — Gardner, Shep- 
erd, R. Wilson, Sprinkle, 
Newsome, Montgomery, 
Shumway, Reid, Urbanski, 
Leister. 



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Dropping Calvert Hall and St. John's and add- 
ing mighty Portsmouth, the Little Generals faced a 
tough nine game schedule. 

National Training school was the first to feel 
the power of the Blue and Gray attack and fell 
on the round end of a 27-0 score. 

The Red Raiders of Western gave W. L. one of 
the hardest-fought games of the /ear as the Baker 
Boys eked out a 14-13 win over the D.C. Champ- 
ions. 

The mud and Roughneck Connor were in the 
eyes of the Little Generals, when visiting undefeated 
Masonic Home eleven lost a murky 13-0 tussle to 
the Boys from Arlington. 

At this point underrated Portsmouth High of 
Norfolk, Va. bluntly ended Washington-Lee's 14- 
game winning streak of 2 years. A week later 
W. L.'s district rival, Central, checked the invaders 
and came out on top of a 7-6 count. No excuses 
were made by coach Johnny Baker and his team. 
"You can't win 'em all." 

Across the river the Blue and Gray tide redeemed 
itself as it scored almost at will to smother the 
Anacostia Indians 33-0. 

Captain and fullback Russ Arnaud sparked tHe 
Home team to a well earned 14-0 win over our 
traditional rivals, G. W. High of Alexandria. Eddie 
Decelle scored twice on line plunges with Merrill 
Hoover booting the extra points. 



Much credit was given Rod Gaumnitz for his 
blocking and great defensive work, and to LJrbanski 
for his ball toting; the Generals forward wall was 
made up of "Mose" Wilson, John Grinncll, Ralph 
Shumway, Warren Kelly and Baker's tackle trio, 
Hoover, Shepard, and Johnson. 

A post season game for charity put on the grid- 
iron two of the season's best local teams, as the 
Irish of Gonzaga tangled with W-L on Dec. 7th. 

Russ Arnaud was the single member from W-L 
on the mythical all-metropolitan first team, while 
Johnson was nominated for the second team. 




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BASKETBALL TEAM 

Kneeling: McNab, Captain; 
Standing (Left to Right) : Cle- 
ments, Coach; Hurst, Tiehart, 
Gudger, Choate. Gaumnitz, 
Owens, McNally, Conklin, 
Manager. 




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Starting the new season with only three veterans, 
Coach Clements, new varsity basketball coach, was 
off to a good start with a decisive win over Fal- 
mouth High of Virginia. 

Eastern High tripped the Generals in the next 
encounter; but the W-L boys gave the school-boy 
champs a hard fight before bowing. Covering the 
Class A Circuit of Virginia, the Little Generals 
did very well with wins over Petersburg and Hope- 
well. John Marshall of Richmond lost only one 




game during the regular season and defeated the 
Generals by only one point in a heart-breaking 
game. Coach Clements' boys were off to a flying 
start in the Northern Virginia Conference, swamp- 
ing the Fairfax and Fredericksburg quintets. Cen- 
tral defeated the Generals by one point, but later 
in the season the Arlington boys came back to win 
23-22. Roosevelt, Southern Interscholastic champs, 
whipped Washington-Lee by six points (41-35) but 
the great last quarter rally of the Generals was very 
worthy of victory. In the last game of the season 
W-L trounced St. Johns Prep of Washington. 

Washington-Lee avenged rhe bitter defeats handed 
them last year by George Washington with two 
win over the Presidents. The first game was a nip 
and tuck battle paced by Captain "Rube" McNab, 
with the Little Generals finally coming out on top. 
The last game was a bit more lop-sided as the Gen- 
erals routed G-W 36-24. 

The Generals, all in all, did very well for them- 
selves. They were champions of Northern Virginia 
and were serious contenders in the Class A Con- 
ference. They took part in the Star Tournament 
but were eliminated by Gonzaga's Metropolitan 
Champs. 




BASEBALL TEAM 
Left to Right First Row — Olson, Mc- 
Phearson, Tapp, Johnson, Shephard, 
Bowbeer, Wilson, Owens. 
Second Row—Huii, DeCelle, Gillen- 
waters, Windfield, Lemons, Hurst, 
Sherman, Druckenmiller. 
Back Row — Kemp, Bat Boy; Rich- 
ardson, Coach; Conklin, Manager. 
"Rube" McNab was home with the 
measles when the picture was taken! 






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TRACK TEAM 
First Row — Left to Right — Gardener 
Grinnell, Waldron, Urbanske, Gran 
tham, Gudger. 

Second Row — Coach Baker, Miller 
Chittenden, Burgess, Evans, Reid 
Brewer, Anstine, Follin, Choate. 
Third Row — Brooks, White, Mcln 
tyre, Newsom, Wren,- Judd, Lyons 
Sprinkle, Warner. 

Fourth Row — Day, Boston, Leather 
wood, Smith, Muschlitz, Farmer 
White, Woofschlager. 
Fifth Row— Rucker, Fitzgerald, Wal 
dron, Keyes, Lawson, Perry, Owens 
Newman, Leister. 

Sixth Row — Dowling, Edwards, Van 
Doren, Drum, Roland, Dolinegan, 
Atcheson, Wlute, Newman. 




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W-L CLUB 
First Row— Left to Right— Johnson, 
Reid, Gudger, Shepherd, Wilson, 
Owens, McCann, Winfield. 
Second Row — Gaumnitz, Brooks, Mu- 
chlitz, Jones, DeCelle, Leister, Mc- 
Nab. 

Third Row — Donogan, Urbanske, 
Shumway, Sprinkle, Wilson, Olson. 
Fourth Row — Coach Baker, McPhear- 
son, Kelly, Newson, Bowbeer, Grin- 
nell. 





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RACQUETEERS 

Mr. Lewter, Coach; Harrison Bild, 
Paul Kringle, Barnes Lawson, Jerrold 
S. Havermale, Blaine Haddox, Jack 
Whitehouse, Ernest Golden, Chester 
Abendschein. 

Racqueteers not in picture: Rodney 
Gaumnitz, Hilton Bonnev, and Bob 
Reese. 



To Promote Good Sportsmanship 
Good Will Among Girls 




MONOGRAM CLUB 
Left to Right — Rosemary Trone, Alice Coffman, Phyllis Payne, Betty Balinger, Nina Sharp, Jane Anne 
Hughes, Miss E. McNeill, Avis Shaffer, Ethel Heinbuck, June Shillman, Arlene Hefflebower, Patsy 
Pumphrey, Myra Lillian Mitchell. Fla Villa Fox and Ruth Hayes not in Picture. 



Athletics! Scholarship! 
Citizenship! Leadership! 







Sportsmanship! Health! 




BOWLING ENTHUSIASTS 
Bill Rossee with ball in hand, Vogel, 
Wliittington, Farrow, Simmons,' 
Clarke, Garman, Garner, James, Day, 
Silcott, Petrey, Lewis, Loflin, Elweli' 
Gardener, Williams, Simpson, Van 
Emden, Gosnell, Miller. 



CHAMPIONS — CHALLENGERS 
First Row — Trone, Mitchell, Pumph- 
rey, Hefflebower, Shaffer, Clarke, 
Sparks. 

Second Row — Hcinbuch, "Payne, Col- 
ley, Glover, Sillman, Keener. 
Junior Champions not in picture: 
Gaumnitz, Tompkins, Joy, Taylor, 
Borton, Sharpe. 

Senior Challengers not in picture: Cox, 
George, Pence. 




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BASEBALL 
First Row — Sharp, Colley, Pumphrey 
Hefflebower, Clarke, Sloan, Garden- 
er. 

Second Row — Crim, Keener, Payne, 
Glover, Northern, Shaffer, Thacka- 
berry Trone. 

Third Rorw— Sadler, Hughitt, Sill- 
man, Sparks. 






W-L'S MERMAIDS 
First Row — Sadler, Stewart, Sadler, 
Banks, Kiel, Brooks. 
Second Row — Miss L. McNeill, 
Hefflebower, Parrish, Porter, Peter- 
silia, Hill, Offutt, Johnson. 
Third Row — Fabre, Wellborn, Garman, 
Clark, Jordan, Huntington, Sillman, 
Smith. 

Fourth Row — Plake, Packard, Schock, 
Hughitt, Northern, Hawkins, Crim. 




OmumL Siagi^ 



Getting out a yearbook is no picnic. 

If you print jokes, people say you are silly; 

If you don't, they say you are serious. 

If you copy things from other annuals. 

You are too lazy to write them yourself; 

If you stick close to the job all day, 

You ought to be out hunting up material. 

If you go out and try to hustle. 

You ought to be on the job in the office. 

If you don't print all contributions. 

You don't appreciate true genius; 

And if you print them. 

The Annual is filled with junk. 

If you make a change in the other fellow's write-up, 

You are too critical; 

If you don't, you are asleep. 

Now, like as not, some fellow n/ill say 

We swiped this from some other yearbook — 

Well, criticising, critical critics — we did! 



ART 
Dorothy Stewart, Laura Anne Sadler, 
Warren Choate, Agnes Atkinson (not 
in picture) . 



EDITORS 

Seated (left to right) : Lois Smith, E<d- 
tor-in-chicf; Miss Allen, Sponsor; Mary 
Norman Dagger, Associate Editor. Stan- 
ding: Walter Ludwig. Associate Editor. 



BUSINESS 
Seated {left to right) -.Miss Harbaugh, 
Sponsor; Myra Lillian Mitchell, Business 
Manager. Standing: James Engle, Robert 
Gaines, Charles Rowell. 




LITERARY 

Seated (left to right) : Doris Colley, 
Miss Ballance, Mary Alice Dcuter- 
man; Standing: Ruth Hayes, Robert 
Lewis, Jacqueline Whitmer, Ethel 
Heinbuch, Nancy Lee Halsted, Bet- 
ty Austin, Hilton Bonney, Mary 
Gladah Jones. Not in picture Jac- 
queline Miller, Harrison Bild, Lor- 
raine Weast, Richard Ungemach. 



CIRCULATION 
Seated (left to right) : Miss Har- 
baugh, Franklin Rixse. Standing 
(left to right) : Barbara Field, Betty 
Clay Wellborn, Mary Jean Moten, 
Sarah Stuart, Josephine Miller, Mir- 
iam Edmonston, Hope Hamilton, Bar- 
bara Sutton, Virginia Kringel, Betty 
Dolan, Rosemary Trone, Betty Bray- 
ton. Mary Cronin, not in picture. 



ANNUAL UNDERSTAFF 
John Lohr, Margaret Lynn, Wen- 
dell Bloomingburg. 





Established since 1910, 
IVES FUNERAL HOME services are 
available to all regardless of financial 
condition. Full facilities and adequate 
parking space available to those they 
serve. 2847 Wilson Boulevard. Ox- 
ford 2062. 





Our Southern friend Jane is ready 
to drive out of the KENYON-PECK 
show window, 2825 Wilson Boule- 
vard, in this shiny Chevrolet. Miriam 
likes it too. For "Arlington's Own" 
Modern Super Service Station, call 
Chestnut 9000. 



GEO. H. RUCKER COMPANY 
Realtors and Insurers, has beautiful 
places for homes in Tara and Wynne- 
wood. Offices are located at 1403 
North Courthouse Road, Arlington. 





W-L-ites are fascinated by the L. C. BALFOUR COMPANY display of jewelry and trophies. 
BALFOUR'S also carry cups, medals and fraternity and sorority jewelry. The representative to Wash- 
ington-Lee is Mr. C. C. Willis, 204 International Building, 1319 F. Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
National 1045. 



PACE 




COURSES 



ACCOUNTANCY AND 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



LEADING TO B.C.S and M.CS. DEGREES 
C.P.A. PREPARATION CO-EDUCATIONAL 

Day, Late Afternoon and Evening Classes 
Send for Thirty-fourth Year Book 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 
UNIVERSITY 

1100 SIXTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST, AT L 
Washington, D. C. 



WELCOME 

Free Ping Pong 

Ample Parking Space 

SMITH'S PLACE 



Best Wishes to the 
CLASS OF Ml 

THE SNACK SHOP 

2121 Wilson Boulevard 

oxford 2105 Arlington, Va. 



SPOT REDUCING SLENDERIZING 

Frank's 
BEAUTY SALON 

PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALIST 
1137 N. HIGHLAND ST. TELEPHONE 

ARLINGTON, VA. OXFORD 2788 

FAIRFAX SANITARY BARBER SHOP 

3160 WILSON BOULEVARD 

Clarendon, Virginia 

Hours 

OPEN 8 A. M.— CIOSE 7:30 P. M. 

SATURDAY TO 9:00 P. M. 




CONKLYN'S FLOWER 
SHOP— 241 North Glebe 
Road gives complete Florist 
Service and has authorized 
Florist telegraph delivery. Bar- 
bara and Jane are admiring 
one of the beautiful floral 
displays in the shop. Phone 
Chestnut 3233. 

Jean dropped in at 3634 
Lee Highway, the shop of 
FRED DORTZBACH, "The 
Dependable Plumber", to look 
at the latest fixtures. Oxford 
0777 reaches Mr. Dortzbach at 
his office or at his residence, 
1901 N. Nelson St. 



Sam hopes he'll make a 
strike or two at the ROSSLYN 
BOWLING CENTER "Home 
of W-L High School Bowling 
Leagues". Special rates to stu- 
dents. Oxford 1539. 



Jeanette is telling Bob that 
the Hudson is a blue ribbon 
car, and he doesn't seem to 
disagree. Call the GREEN- 
WOOD SALES AND SERV- 
ICE STATION, 4505 Lee 
Highway for accessories and 
genera! repairing. Oxford 0374. 




Compliments 
of 

NOLAND CO., Inc. 

WHOLESALE 

Plumbing, H.' uing, and Electrical Supplies 
ROSSLYN, VA. 



Arlington County Dairy 

MARCEY BROS., Inc. 

2701 WILSON BOULEVARD 

Arlington, Virginia 

Chestnut 6960 

No Toll Charge On Washington Call 

CHESTNUT 6960 
OXFORD 0090 



RICHARDS SHOE STORE— Shoes 
from ^1.45 to ^5.95. See them first for 
value and style. All sizes. 3016 Wilson 
Blvd. Next to the A & P Store. Oxford 
2233. 

Bill is all set for a trim haircut in the 
BUCKINGHAM MODERN BARBER 
SHOP, which also specializes in Ladies' 
and Children's haircutting. 245 North 
Glebe Road. 





Chuck knows that ARLINGTON 
CLEANERS AND DYERS is just the 
place for quick service and Dry-Cleaning 
You Can Trust. 2004 North Moore 
Street, Oxford 1269. 

Besides excellent fountain service, 
Juanita finds that ROGER'S CHERRY- 
DALE PHARMACY also has a com- 
plete magazine selection. If she can't reach 
3620 Lee Highway, she'll get fast deliv- 
ery by phoning Oxford 0590. 



One more potato and the accurate 
scales at TANNER'S MARKET will 
register 10 lbs. If Dan hadn't taken her 
to 5801 Lee Highway, Pep could have 
called Oxford 3266 for quick delivery. 

"Fill 'er up," says Bill as he drives up 
to the RYNEX SERVICE STATION 
at 2505 Wilson Blvd., where friendly 
service is always given. 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

S. S. KRESGE 
COMPANY 

"The Friendly Five and Ten Store" 

3140 WILSON BOULEVARD 

CLARENDON, 

Virginia 



Arlington Motor Co., Inc. 

SALES ^^^p SERVICE 

1917 N. MOORE STREET 

Arlington, Va. 

Phones 



Oxford 1773 



Chestnut 1244 



COMPLIMENTS 



O F 



ARLINGTON TRUST 
COMPANY, Inc. 

RossLYN, Arlington, Virginia 




If records are your hobby, follow 
Walter and Sarah to the 
SOUTHERN ELECTRIC 
APPLIANCES, INC. 
3173 Wilson Boulevard. A call to 
Oxford 2575 will give the lastest in- 
formation on Victor, Bluebird, Decca, 
Columbia and OKeh records. 



While his bicycle is being repaired 
at the DEWEY HARDWARE 
COMPANY, 4756 Lee Highway, 
Hugh looks around at paints, glass, 
fencing, etc. For delivery of hardware 
supplies, call Chestnut 0880. 



ACCOUNTANCY 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



Three-year accounting course leading to degree of Bachelor of Commer- 
cial Science (B.C.S.) Every instructor in accounting a Certified Public 
Accountant. 

Three-year Junior College course leading to certificate of 
Associate in Science (A.S.) Accredited by the Board of Edu- 
cations of the District of Columbia, Curricula include 
planned courses of study for Pre-Legal, Business Administra- 
tion, Liberal Arts and a Terminal General Course. 



Telephone or write for additional information 

SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY 



1736 G Street 



Washington, D. C. 



National 2668 



MURPHY dc AMES 

m 


Arlington Pharmacy 


LUMBER and MILLWORK 


2901 COLUMBIA PIKE 


ARLINGTON-CHESTNUT 1111 


OXFORD 1448 


FALLS CHURCH— FALLS CHURCH 1180 
HERNDON— HERNDON 1 


ARLINGTON, VA. 




At 4429 Wilson Blvd. is the sunny 
ECONOMY MARKET— ''Where the 
best of meats is no luxury." The two 
phone numbers are Oxford 0054 and 
Oxford 0055. 

These two Bobs may not be building 
a house, but they know that JOSEPH 
L CRUPPER CORPORATION in 
Rosslyn carries superior building mate- 
rial. Telephone CHestnut 2900. 



For tires, tubes, and batteries go to the 
BOULEVARD SERVICE CENTER, 
2425 Wilson Boulevard. Rosemary and 
Bob are watching a lubrication job. Call 
Oxford 2190 for service. 

Many W-L students visit the 
CARAMEL CRISP SHOP, 3167 Wil- 
son Blvd. after school for something to 
drink and a snack. They can also get 
popcorn or candy delivered by calling 
CHestnut 9835. 





Lorraine and Dean play a few selec- 
tions from the collection of up-to-date 
records at the ROSSLYN DRUG 
STORE. Lee Highway and N. Moore 
Streets. Chestnut 5151. 

Does your clock strike thirteen? Then 
you'd better take it to M. O. KANGAS, 
jeweler and watch repairer, 3173 Wilson 
Boulevard, and have it fixed. 



Compliments of 

ARLINGTON HALL 

Junior College For Girls 



GLEBE ROAD AND LEE BOULEVARD 



S. SPINA'S 

Shoe Repairing 

1114 North Irving Street 

ARLINGTON, VA. 

Prop. S. BRUNO 



ARLINGTON JEWELRY 

and 

OPTICAL COMPANY 

1110 N. Irving Street 

Eyes Examined and Glasses Furnished 



FOXCROFT-SERVICE CENTER 

1515 Columbia Pike 

ARLINGTON, VA. PHONE Ch. 9863 

Atlas Tires — Batteries — and Accessories 

I. L. GOODSON, Mgr. 

THE PIG 'N WHISTLE 
GIFT SHOP 

EVERYTHING FROM 
PIGS TO WHISTLES 
2832 Wilson Blvd. 




BOYER'S PHARMACY is quite 
the place for after-school cokes, 
candy, magazines, etc. It's in the cen- 
ter of Clarendon on the corner of 
Wilson Boulevard and Irving Street. 
The telephone number is Oxford 
0073. 




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Maybe Myra doesn't know what makes the car 
run even if LeRoy docs, but she thinks this DeSoto 
at JOYCE MOTORS, 2700 Wilson Boulevard, is 
tops. Call CHestnut 8558 for 

Great Cars Fine Service A Square Deal 



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Go to YEATMAN'S in Clarendon for a Most 
Complete Line of Hardware — Houseware — Sporting 
Goods — Building Supplies — or phone OXford 2244. 



BALLSTON 
QUALITY MARKET 

Fruits and Vegetables 

Fine Groceries — Quality Meats 

Prompt Free Delivery 

OX. 0734 4103 Wilson Blvd. 

SMART SPORTSWEAR 
Sweaters — Skirts — Blouses 

V-RAY'S LITTLE SHOP 

3127 Wilson Boulevard 
CLARENDON, VIRGINIA 

PRESTON'S DRUG STORE 

Lee Highway at Glebe Road 

Phone: OXFORD 3289 

FAST DELIVERY SERVICE 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



BALL AND McCARTHY 

FRANK L. BALL 

JOHN c. McCarthy 

S. N. SAMAHA & BRO. 

HARDWARE 

1306 Lee Highway ARLINGTON, VA. 




Jimmy is assuring Mr. Rice that the new sport 
suits in THE QUALITY SHOP, Wilson Boule- 
vard and North Highland Street, are a "must" 
in every young man's wardrobe this season. 



W. J. BAUMBACH, INCORPORATED fur- 
nishes plumbing and heating service to Washing- 
ton, Virginia, and Maryland. The address — 4147 
Wilson Boulevard. The telephone number — Chest- 
nut 3909. 




Lee McDonald turns salesman to OLD DOMIN- 
ION FLOORS, 640 North Glebe Road, to show 
Betty Klees some rug samples. The Company hand- 
les many types of floor coverings; linoleums, asphalt 
tile, "Linowall," rugs, insets, and carpets. 
CHestnut 3117 OXford 1020 



Miriam picks out a card to go with a gift she 
has just bought at TAYLOR'S STATIONERY 
AND PRINTING COMPANY, 3135 Wilson 
Boulevard. Call OXford 2666— for Mr. Taylor, 
not Miriam. 




A P°P"f"g«5'^ring place for students at lunch- For the popular and healthful American pastime 

time IS ADRIAN'S STORE next to the school. r , , . . 

Soft drinks, hot dogs, cakes, and pies are served. If °^ bowhng, make the ARLINGTON BOWLING 

you need school supplies during the day get them CENTER a habit. You'll find it on the corner of 

at ADRIAN'S. South Fillmore Street and Columbia Pike. 



STRAYER 



Degrees for 
ACCOUNTANTS 

QUALIFY for accounting and auditing po- 
sitions in business and government by taking 
Strayer's two-year day or three-year evening 
Bachelor of Commercial Science (B.C.S.) 
degree course. M.C.S. course, one year, in- 
cludes coaching for Certified Public Ac- 
countants' (C.P.A.) examinations. 

STRAYER courses in Accounting are na- 
tionally-known, based on the same texts used 
by 200 leading universities. 

New Classes: SEPTEMBER & FEBRUARY 



Diplomas for 
SECRETARIES 

HIGH SCHOOL graduates and college stu- 
dents with Strayer training are preferred 
applicants for the best secretarial positions. 
Strayer graduates make excellent records in 
competitive examinations. 

COURSES for Beginners. Review and speed 
building classes in shorthand and type- 
writing for commercial students. 

New Classes: EVERY MONTH 



EMPLOYMENT SERVICE secures Positions for Graduates 

Over 200 calls each month for trained office employees 
Secretarial or Accounting Catalog on request 

HOMER BUILDING • 13fft and F Streets • Washington, D. C. 



Telephone NATIONAL 19552 

H. L. HINES 

Uniforms and Civilian Clothes 

1704 G STREET, N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 

Compliments of 
YOUR UNIFORM MAKER 

Phone: OXFORD 0330 

CRAIG'S SERVICE STATION 

Tires — Tubes — Batteries 

Washington Blvd. and Glebe Road 

ARLINGTON, VA. 



A. 


ISKOW 




Fresh 




Groceries 




Meats and 




Vegetables 


ROSSLYN 


VIRGINIA 



See Us About Your 
BUILDING MATERIALS 

CONCRETE AND CINDER BLOCK 

LIME— CEMENT— MORTAR 

FIREPLACE MATERIALS— BRICK 

CHERRYDALE CEMENT 
BLOCK CO., INC. 

3436 Lee Highway 



Oxford 0376 



Chestnut 0200 



RAIN, SHINE, WIND or BLOW 
Ride the Line You Know 

ARNOLD OPERATED 
BUS SERVICE 

2601 Wilson Boulevard 

Chestnut 6700 

BALLSTON PHARMACY 

The Rexall Store 

Phone Oxford 0221 
Prompt, Free Delivery 

BALLSTON VIRGINIA 



ARLINGTON and FAIRFAX 
Buses carry many Washington-Lee 
students to and from school five days 
a week. They also offer regular trans- 
portation service between Arlington 
and Washington. To charter an Ar- 
lington and Fairfax Bus call OXford 
0635. 




Nancy's smile isn't all for Bob. The flower he is Richard and Bill watch THE SUN come off the 

^triili. Jl!' P'?^!fl,t!5 i"i"iensely. It's from . . . j^ jj published and printed at 2611 Wilson 

RECTOR'S FLOWER SHOP, 3117 Wilson Boule- „ , , ^ ^^r , „, ^^ 

J /->vr jinioct r Aii/-\ Boulevard. Frione OXford 0125. 

vard, Oxford 1918. Flowers for All Occasions. 



M A LBON E'S 


FOX'S BARBER SHOPS 


MAGAZINES 


"Service At Its Best" 


NOVELTIES— TOYS 


3175 Wilson Blvd., Clarendon 


3162 Wilson Blvd. 


4215 Fairfax Drive, Ballston 


CHestnut 9882 


E. N. FOX, Proprietor 




Arlington County's First Complete Shoe Store 

Carrying a Complete Line of Footwear for 

each individual 



* 



THE ARLINGTON BOOTERY 

3132 WILSON BLVD. 

OPEN EVENINGS CHESTNUT 9820 



WILL YOU BE PREPARED? 



Individuals, like nations, have often found the price of unpreparedness tragically high. 
Lost opportunities, unemployment and low-salaried jobs can often be traced to lack of proper 
preparation. 

The national defense programs make this the idea! time to train for specialized jobs. As 
more and more young men are enlisted, business becomes more and more dependent upon 
trained young women to carry on. 

With the increased employment in Washington, local business firms are expanding, cm- 
ploying more people, paying better salaries. Trained office workers are in demand. 

Secretarial training is more than shorthand and typewriting. These are only two of the 
office skills required — Business English, Spelling, Penmanship, Filing, Office Practice, Busi- 
ness Machines, Secretarial Accounting; are a few of the other things which are studied by the 
trainee in Arlington Institute School for Secretaries. 

Arlington Institute is fully accredited. 



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School For Secretaries 

NENA HELEN FOSTER, A.B., Principal 

3150 WILSON BOULEVARD OXFORD 2040 

INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION— PLACEMENT SERVICE 



COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


WINDRIDGE dc HANDY 


F. W. Wool worth Co. 


Incorporated 


3185 WILSON BOULEVARD 


B U I C K 


Arlington, Virginia 


RossLYN Virginia 




Compliments of 


ROBERT SHREVE 




COAL— WOOD— FUEL OIL 


SHREVE'S MARKET 


1923 N. QUINCY STREET 


Fresh Meats — Groceries 


ARLINGTON, VA. 
Phone Oxford 0960 


Prompt Delivery 


6873 LEE HIGHWAY 


Phone OXFORD 1095 CHERRYDALE, VA. 


FALLS CHURCH, VA. 




Phone: Falls Church 1960 



CLARENDON 



BOWLING CENTER 



1047 N. Irving St. 



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Which will you have in the years to come? 
A home of your own, or a bundle of "rent" 
receipts? Come in and let us show you how 
easy it would be to buy a home. 

WHAT YOU PAY FOR RENT 

WILL BLTY A HOME! 

C. W. CLEVER CO., INC. 

1123 N. Irving Street 

ARLINGTON, VA. CHestnut 3222 

A home of your own is the surest 
way to happiness 

LOG CABIN SERVICE 
STATION 



G. F. SiNGHAS, Prop. 



Columbia Hardware Company 

2710 COLUMBIA PIKE 
OXFORD 0495 ARLINGTON, VA. 



WRIT fi SfCOND/ 
UTi SEE IF THfY 
ftDVERTIIED 

,D1L€ «^oGBh 




CHESTNUT 4500 



OXFC«D 2323 




L. C. SMITH 

FUEL OIL 

Building Materials, Etc. 

3330 N. WASHINGTON BLVD. 

Clarendon — Arlington 

Virginia 

In High School and College 

MILK 

Is the Drink! 

and 

HOMOGENIZED 

Milk is Best 

Good Luck to the Class of '41 

HAZELS DAIRY 

FALLS CHURCH ARLINGTON 

SNYDER 8C CO., INC. 

HARDWARE— PAINTS— GLASS 

and OILS 

COAL, FUEL OIL, BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Phones: FAlls Church 1195, 1194 
E. FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA 

ARISTO CLEANERS 

1505 Columbia Pike 

Arungton, Virginia 

Laundry Service 

HAJOCA CORPORATION 

1815 Fort Myer E>rive 
Arlington, Virginia 

CHESTNUT 2600 



Phone: Oxford 1100 

Road Service 
Free Call For and Delivery 

Washing — Lubrication 
Tires — Batteries — Accessories 

WOODLAWN SERVICE 
STATION 

4626 N. Washington Boulevard 
Vernon R. Wilt, Prop. 

Compliments of 

DEPENDABLE TAILORS 

3008 Columbia Pike 
Oxford 1881 

B. M. SMITH 

REAL ESTATE— LOANS 

INSURANCE 

2408 Columbia Pike 

Oxford 2038 



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Compliments of 

CHERRYDALE DRUG STORE 

3922 Lee Highway 
Call Oxford 1638 Free Delivery 

Every Thing for Every Home 
Home Planning Without Obligation 

FURNITURE INCORPORATED 

2731 Wilson Boulevard 
Oxford 1300 Arlington, Va. 

RALPH TURNER, JR. 

Notary Public 
930 South Fillmore St. 

Glebe 0711 

COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



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1. Dorothy Edwards 

2. Sterling Gudger 

3. Agnes Atkinson 

4. Rodney Gaumnitz 

5. Stanley Lusby 

6. Dorothy Stewart 

7. Dorothy Chisholm 

8. Jacquelyn Miller 

9. Elizabeth Reiners 
10. Emily Trent 



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11 1 Altha Moore 

12. Dorothy Crist 

13. Phyllis Payne 

14. Barbara Field 

15. Katherine Money 

16. Laura Ann Sadler 

17. Walter Ludwig 

18. Dan Johnson 

19. Louis Fauteux 

20. Miriam Edmonston 



21. Nancy Lee Halsted 

22. Betty Wayne Garman 

23. Jeannette Stehman 

24. Hilton Bonney 

25. Quinn Cardwell 

26. Fern Whitlock 

27. Myra Lillian Mitchell 

28. Vicki Banks 

29. Betty Austin 

30. Rosemary Trone 



31. Sarah Stuart 

32. Alice Coffman 

33. Dave Colbum 

34. Barbara Sutton 

35. Elizabeth Northern 

36. Dozier Twins 

37. Susan Hoffman 

38. Doris Hundley 

39. Helen Snoots 



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